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Umbrella Tree Brisbane Southside Nursery

Looking to buy an Umbrella Tree on the Brisbane Southside for your home or office? Wellers Hill Hardware and Landscaping Supplies have a great indoor plant nursery in Tarragindi Brisbane Southside. We stock a wide range of indoor plants including a great selection of the most popular. We’re a family run business that has been in this Tarragindi location for decades. Looking for a particular plant? Why not give us a call today on 07 3848 1682.

Some of the other popular plants that we stock include; Prayer plantsUmbrella treePeace lily, Devils ivy, Rubber plant, Fiddle fig, Zu-zu plant, Swiss-cheese plantElephants ear, Range of Philodendron, Range of Ficus, Range of Ferns.

We’re local to the following suburbs: Holland Park, Holland Park West, Nathan, Mount Gravatt, Mount Gravatt East, Salisbury, Greenslopes, Annerley, Moorooka, Yeronga, Yeerongpilly

The Umbrella Tree Plant

The umbrella tree plant, otherwise known as the heptapleurum actinophyllum, is part of the Araliaceae family. A native Australian plant that grows in the northern QLD Coasts, Northern Territory, and Papua New Guinea and Java.

How To Re-Pot and Grow Your Umbrella Tree Plant Inside

  1. Have a spot chosen inside that has good indirect sunlight. A great spot could be in the corner of a room near a window.
  2. Prefill your new pot to the halfway mark with a good quality potting mix.
  3. Gently remove the plant from the temporary plastic pot, lightly loosen the roots, and cut away any matted roots.
  4. Place in the pot and fill around the sides with a good quality potting mix and firm it down gently—water well.
  5. Once the top of the soil has dried out in the following week, check to the depth of 2-3cm and water accordingly. A great tool to help you with watering is a garden moisture meter.

Care Tips

  • Like most indoor plants, the umbrella tree plant needs good drainage to avoid root rot. You should plant in a pot with a drainage hole.
  • Umbrella tree plants can handle a little bit of overwatering, which is excellent for the novice indoor green thumb; however, they are more tolerant of dry soil. It’s also a great idea to empty the drainage saucer after watering as well.
  • While your umbrella tree plant doesn’t need regular fertiliser if you want faster growth, you can give your plant a basic diluted plant fertiliser once every month during the growing season.



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