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I was able to get a cutting because this tree is so beautiful! I incorrectly thought it was a fiddle leaf fig tree from far off, but after a closer look I wonder if it's from a rubber tree. The mother tree is about 5 feet tall and was in the shady part of an atrium and thriving! Thank you : ) I am ready to get this baby blooming.

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April 18, 20170 found this helpful

From the pictures I saw online it looks like a rubber tree plant. Give it the same environment its parent had and it should do well.

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April 19, 20170 found this helpful

This could be a rubber plant but I tend to believe it is a schefflera. My rubber trees have never had a circle of leaves at the top and the schefflera does.

Here are some links for you to check against your actual cutting.

http://www.ourh  plant-schefflera  =QQOEpmTx9ZZVwM:

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April 21, 20170 found this helpful

This is a tropical house plant called schefflera. They can be small bush or tall tree. https://www.gar  a-plant-care.htm

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