The Schefflera originated in Australia, New Zealand, and other nearby nations. Here, the plant can be found in 150 distinct types and shapes, including lianas, trees, and shrubs. The Schefflera requires a stick for support because it is a climbing plant by nature. Because of its hand-shaped leaves, the plant is known as the Finger Plant in the Netherlands. The English moniker “Umbrella tree” came about because of the way the leaves might also evoke images of an umbrella. Actinophylla and Schefflera Compacta are the most well-known species.
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