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Plant Profile: Umbrella Tree

Plant Profile: Umbrella Tree Scientific Name: Schefflera Native to - Taiwan Watering - water regularly, keeping the soil moist at all times, and in an area with a bit of humidity is possible.  Light - best suited to semi-shaded environment with some bright, indirect light and temperatures of 16-24°C. Avoid cold drafts or sudden temperature drops.  Growth - these are slow growing and won't need to be repotted too often. 

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Plant Profile: Golden Cane

Plant Profile: Golden Cane Scientific Name: Dypsis Lutescens  Native to - Madagascar Watering - water regularly, keeping the soil moist at all times, and in an area with a bit of humidity if possible.  Light - best suited to an environment with some bright, indirect light and temperatures of 16-24°C. Avoid cold drafts or sudden temperature drops.  Growth - these are slow growing and won't need to be repotted too often. 

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Plant Profile: Calathea

Plant Profile: Calathea Native to - South America (Brazil) Watering - water regularly, keeping the soil moist at all times, and in an area with a bit of humidity is possible.  Light - best suited to semi-shaded environment with some bright, indirect light and temperatures of 16-24°C. Avoid cold drafts or sudden temperature drops.  Growth - these are slow growing and won't need to be repotted too often. 

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Plant Profile: Zanzibar

Plant Profile: Zanzibar Scientific / Botanical Name - Zamioculcas zamiifolia Native to - South Africa Watering - water only when the soil is fully dry. Light - best suited to bright, indirect light but is okay in low light areas, and even office buildings.  Growth - these are slow growing, so you won't need to repot your plant too often. 

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Plant Profile: Snake Plant

Plant Profile: Snake Plant or Mother-in-law's Tongue Scientific / Botanical Name - Sansevieria zeylanica Native to - Africa, Madagascar and Southern Asia Watering - water only when the soil is dry, and reduce watering during the cooler months.   Light - best suited to full indirect light, or light shade. Growth - snake plants will need to be repotted once the roots have filled the pot, often every 12-18months.  

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