- INCLUDES: Live plant with a care guide.
- INDOOR PLANT: Add greenery to any home or office with an easy to care for houseplant.
- CARE GUIDE: A free care guide is included with every order to help you take care of your plants.
- PACKAGING: Ships in custom eco-friendly packaging to ensure a safe journey.
- FAST SHIPPING: Your plants are expedited to arrive in a timely manner.
- CONTENTS: Bonsai, Decorative Container (Assorted Colors & Styles), Soil, Care Instructions.
- SPECIES: Glossy green leaves are delicately divided and upright umbels produce orange-red to black...
- AGE/SIZE/CARE: Your small 3 year old bonsai will arrive at 5" to 8" tall in a 6" container and will...
- USES: Ideal Mother’s Day gift, office & cubicle décor or a centerpiece for any kitchen table,...
- WARRANTY: Your bonsai tree has been grown in a state-of-the-art greenhouse under precisely...
- QUALITY MATERIALS: 100% Polyester Pongee Waterproof Fabric and Aluminium.8 ribs made from strong...
- AUTOMATIC OPEN / CLOSE FUNCTIONALITY: Auto open close system,can operate it with one hand in one...
- COMPACT,PORTABLE,UNBREAKABLE AND LIGHTWEIGHT - You don't have to choose between gigantic windproof...
- CONVENIENT & A IDEAL GIFT: This travel lightweight umbrella is quite convenient to around you...
- ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION GUARANTEE: If it doesn't meet your expectations, we provide replacement or...
- Commonly Known as the Sweetheart Hoya or Valentine's Hoya
- The plant is non-variegated which simply means it is a solid green color
- Its leaves feature a heart shape that tell the tale of the name
- They may produce small balls of nectar, colored red to brown
- Perfect gift for that special someone in your life
- Grown, packaged and shipped exclusively by Florida Foliage. When colorful annuals make their way...
- The Arboricola commonly grown as a houseplant, and used in interiorscaping. It is popular for its...
- The cultivar ‘Gold Capella’ has gained the Royal Horticultural Society’s Award of Garden...
- The plant prefers higher light if possible, but can adapt to a wide variety of light levels. As a...
- The tree form (or “standard”) of the popular arboricola bush can also have a braided trunk. The...
- HAWAIIAN UMBRELLA TREE (arboricola “schefflera”) - A beautiful evergreen flowering plant with...
- GROWING HAWAIIAN UMBRELLA TREE - Hawaiian Umbrella Tree is intensely adaptable in any lighting...
- TAKING CARE HAWAIIAN UMBRELLA TREE - Plant your tree in a well-draining soil and monitor the...
- PRUNING HAWAIIAN UMBRELLA TREE - simply remove all the dead branches and leaves using pruning...
- 9GreenBox - Hawaiian Umbrella Schefflera Tree is 7-9'' inch live plant that will be shipped in a...
- Low-maintenance/ easy-to-care
- Light – Schefflera plants are medium light plants. Bright but indirect light
- Water: wait until the soil in the pot dries out and then thoroughly soak the soil when you water.
- Immidiate shipping 4" Pot
- BLOOM TIME: Spring
- HARDINESS ZONE: 8 - 12 / Houseplant . . . OTHER NAMES: Umbrella Plant / Umbrella Papyrus / Umbrella...
- PLANT HEIGHT: 48 - 72" . . . PLANT SPACING: 18 - 24"
- LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun - Part Shade . . . SOIL / WATER: Any
- This enthusiastic grower has been reported to actually be hardy all the way down to zone 5. I’ve...
How to choose the best umbrella plant
What are umbrella plants?
This picture was taken at the beginning of winter. The climate here is very dry - there's no rain until March.
I think this plant has really interesting flowers - they look like umbrellas! They're called Umbrella Plant (or Umbrella Tree).
It grows anywhere but prefers moist soil. It doesn't tolerate frost even though it can survive temperatures down to about -15 C (-5 F).
The importance of a quality umbrella plant
With temperatures reaching over 90 degrees, you might want to bring some shade into your garden this summer. While plants provide essential benefits such as beauty and food production, they also offer a variety of other services throughout the year. To learn how to choose the best type of umbrella plant for your landscape, read on for our expert advice!
What kinds of plants do umbrellas have?
There are many different types of plants that can be used as umbrellas, including sedums (a form of grass), hostas (an evergreen ground cover), peonies (everlasting flowers) and ferns (also known as pteridophytes). However, there are three main types of umbrellas – shrubs, vines & trees.
Umbrella Plants For Shade
Shrubs offer several advantages for shading areas of your property. They grow quickly and often bloom in shades of yellow and red, providing color at various times of the year. They can also act as windbreaks by blocking strong winds while still allowing enough air flow around them.
Vines And Trees That Provide Shade
Vines come in many sizes and shapes, but if you opt to use one, make sure it is a deciduous vine. Deciduous vines lose their leaves each fall, so they don't block sunlight all season long. On the other hand, non-deciduous vines remain green all year round, so they can become hot spots during the hottest months of the year.
Umbrella Plants For Food Production
If you're looking for something else than just a beautiful shade tree, consider planting a fruit tree instead. These plants produce fruits that can serve multiple purposes, including eating, cooking, creating jams and jellies, and even making sorbet or ice cream. Some common varieties include apples, plums, cherries and apricots.
Types of Umbrella Plant
- Serenoa repens (saw palmetto): A native Southern American species, this palm tree has long been prized for its medicinal properties. Its berries produce serenoa oil that reduces inflammation and improves sleep quality. Saw Palmetto also has antioxidant and anti-cancer benefits.
- Bromeliads: These tropical plants come in many shapes and sizes, but they all share one thing in common—they grow into large trees.
- Monsteras: The Monstera genus includes some very attractive succulent blooms. Try growing Monstera Deliciosa ‘Pink Lady’ and Monstera deliciosa ‘Sunburst’ for color and texture.
Features to Look For When Buying A Umbrella Plant
Many people think they know exactly what they want when it comes to garden plants, but if there’s one thing we've learned over the years, it's that plants don't always match our expectations.
1. What Kind Of Plants Do You Need?
Choosing the right plants for your space might seem overwhelming at first—especially because so many different types exist! But once you start looking into the specifics of each type, planting a few different varieties becomes easier than ever.
2. How Much Space Will The Plants Take Up?
If you're purchasing a big box store variety, make sure to check out how much room it will take up before settling on a particular size. If you're planning on growing some in pots, make sure to consider how wide those pots are--you'll likely need two standard-sized pots per plant.
3. Which Type Should You Buy?
There are quite a few options available to you when it comes to selecting a specific kind of plant. To get started, here are three common choices that you may see listed on labels or websites:
- Perennial. These plants live for multiple seasons and often grow back after being cut back.
- Annual. These annual plants only live for one season, and die off completely after blooming.
- Semi-evergreen. These kinds of plants tend to bloom early in the spring and then continue to produce leaves throughout the growing season.
4. Where Will Your Plants Go After They Die?
If you plan on placing your plants somewhere indoors, you'll need to decide where they go after they die (or ""mature"" in flower language). There are four main options for this:
- Plant them outside. This option lets your plants become part of the landscape; however, depending on the region you reside in, it could also pose potential risks such as pests and diseases.
- Give them away. Donate them to someone who needs them or sell them to local nurseries.
- Dispose them properly. Depending on where you live, you can either donate them to a compost facility or dispose of them properly in accordance with local laws.
- Let nature do its job. Letting nature do its thing will naturally cause your plants to decompose on their own.
Considerations before buying umbrella plant
Why buy this product?
- Buyers want plants that look good at all times
- Plants do better if they are watered regularly
- They thrive best in bright light
- Water them only after they dry out completely