Answer: It seems you've already discovered the schefflera "magic"! I would think that doing what you have been doing would work well. The plant needs bright light, although partial shade is tolerated. It needs no staking. It is happy with average soil, but let it dry out between waterings. It doesn't need any great humidity, and in fact it does better in dry air than most tropicals. Excessive dryness or wetness however can cause the leaves to drop. It is rarely bothered by insects.
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