Schefflera octophylla scientific name Ivy Tree name Araliaceae morphological characteristics of evergreen trees. Branchlets densely stellate when young. Palmate compound leaves alternate, leaflets 6-11, elliptic or obovate-elliptic, entire. Panicles terminal, stellate pubescent, flowers white, aromatic. Berry spherical. Fruit period from December to January. Replanting points sow breeding. In December, mature fruits were harvested, and the seeds were peeled off until the following spring sowing. When the seedling height is 5cm-7cm, it can be transplanted once and can be planted in a leap year. Plants should be half-cast in the summer and autumns should be sun-dried. Potted plants are also available. Application value Schefflera oleifera has evergreen, bright foliage, suitable potted plants, and can also be planted in the garden. The branches and leaves can be used as flowering and foiling materials. At the same time, it is also a nectar plant in the southern winter. Leaves and bark can be used for medicinal purposes.

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