Re: Schefflera delavayi
Posted by Ken on January 9, 2018, 6:44 am, in reply to "Schefflera delavayi "
The only references I've seen about the hardy ssheffs, and there are several species, have been in regards to the UK and PNW. I've never seen them for sale locally. I obtained one several years ago from a grower in north GA as a very small plant and it has been a very slow grower for me. I keep it in my pit greenhouse, I won't even try it outside unless the species becomes more available here, rather than mail order. It is one of the few plants that will go to FL if I move, as I'd like to see if would would grow there. I suspect if my plant would have been out after this latest cold event it would be dead, but that's just a wag.
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