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Pruning a Scheflera Shrub

How do I prune a scheflera that is not a dwarf?

Hardiness Zone: 9a

By Ann F Chambers from Columbia, MD

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June 25, 20100 found this helpful

I just cut off the stems about 10" or more and stick in loose potting soil to root. Dip end in rooting hormone if you have it and keep fairly damp. I live in South Texas and they grow fine outside in the shade or in a pot on the porch. Even if they freeze in winter, they always come back from the root.

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