I was given several plants from an elderly man whose wife passed away. There is one I know nothing about. It’s looks like a small tree, but he told me it grew inside and outside. When it started to turn cold he would bring it inside.
Your plant is called a Hawaiian Schefflers (Arboricola). Here are some care tips for you. You can read more about the plant in the Popular HousePlant section of the website.
Light: The brighter the light the faster and bushier a Hawaiian Schefflera Plant grows. Variegated Hawaiian Scheffleras, like the Capella, require more light than solid green varieties. Direct sun burns the leaves of any type of Schefflera.
Water: Water a Hawaiian Schefflera Plant well and then allow the top 1/3 of the soil to dry out before watering again. Seemingly healthy leaves fall off and new growth turns black when a Hawaiian Schefflera plant is over- watered. Leaves turn bright yellow when a Hawaiian Schefflera Plant needs more water.
Fertilizer: Fertilize a Hawaiian Schefflera plant monthly in the spring and summer with a basic houseplant food at 1/2 the recommended strength. Avoid feeding an Arboricola when the plant is not actively growing.
Temperature: Hawaiian Schefflera plants grow well in normal household temperatures. Try to keep Schefflera Plants out of cold drafts and away from heaters and air conditioners.
Normal household humidity is sufficient for a Hawaiian Schefflera.