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Large Shefflera trees

Posted by scsva VA (My Page) on
Thu, May 12, 11 at 14:40

Check out your local Lowe's for about 3 or 4 foot Shefflera trees-very full and beautiful for around $12.00. I got one!

Susan


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RE: Large Shefflera trees

move down


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RE: Large Shefflera trees

Susan..why move down? There are quite a few people who shop at Lowes, and would be interested knowing they have Schefflera trees available.

We haven't a nearby Lowes..But would you happen to know which species? Toni


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No..it's the one that you often see everywhere in the 4 inch pots. It's a very bushy-really pretty one.


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Probably Aboricola..It's funny.. Scheffs in small pots are hardly seen here. lol.


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schefflera actinophylla is that large one. I can't see that growing in a 4 inch pot. I think it is schefflera aboricola.

T.J.


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Spell-check: "arboricola" ;-)

Josh


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it is the aboricola. At least that's what is on the label.

Susan


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Susan, we both forgot the 'R.'
Josh is our spell-check, lol.

I'm lol'ing, but if someone decided to research this little dwarf Scheff, they'd have a hard time finding it. :) Page: Do you mean..........

TJ, Finding actinophylla in a 4" pot is rare, but our grocery store had ONE in stock 5-6, maybe more years age. It landed in my cart faster than a speeding bullet..$1.00, to boot. It's now in an 8" pot, but probably needs repotting.

Josh, seriously, thanks for the correction. :) Toni


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My pleasure, Toni ;-)

Josh


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