Help! Scheffleras are dying indoors - is it too little light?
Summer's raging down here in India, the daytime temperatures are reaching 47C. A lot of the plants we'd kept out in the courtyard including some Scheffleras were literally being 'burnt' by the sunlight.
To save them from the sun, and because I thought they'd both do well and look good indoors, I brought them inside. One is placed near a window, another in a place that doesn't receive much direct sun. I believed they were okay with not getting that much light.
The results have been disastrous.
They're clearly looking very very sick. The natural reaction would be to think they aren't getting enough light. How much light do they need exactly? Isn't having them next to a window going to be enough?
Please provide some advice and tell me what I should do, as for now I'm shifting them outside again (in the sun)