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Arrowhead Plant 'Syngonium'

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Bring a touch of nature to your home with the Arrowhead Plant 'Syngonium'. This beautiful evergreen perennial features lush green foliage, making it a welcome addition to any indoor space. It is easy to care for and grows fast, so you can quickly enjoy its beauty.

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How to care for me

 

Learn All About Syngonium with our Guide

Syngonium is part of the Araceae family and is native to Tropical America. These easy care plants are great for beginners as they can be placed practically anywhere in the home.

Light

Light

Bright, indirect light is best for Syngonium, however they can tolerate low light levels.

Watering

Watering

Water your Syngonium once every 7-10 days within the growing season (March-September) and reduce watering in Winter.

Humidity

Humidity

Syngonium can tolerate average household humidity, however misting it a couple of times a week will give it a boost.

Temperature

Temperature

15-26c is the best temperature for Syngonium to thrive.

Fertilizer

Fertilizer 

Feed your Syngonium monthly during the growing season (March-September).

Toxicity

Toxicity

Syngonium are toxic to both animals and humans, therefore are best kept out of the way of pets and small children.

Additional Care Info

Additional Care Information

Trimming back your Syngonium will encourage it to become fuller. You can also train some varieties of Syngonium to grow up a moss pole. Remember to rotate your Syngonium to encourage even growth.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting

Yellowing leaves on you Syngonium indicates overwatering. Check the roots for root rot and remove any mushy parts of the plant. Allow the soil to dry out completely and water less frequently. Dry crispy leaves on your Syngonium is a sign of too much light or underwatering. Check your watering schedule and adjust accordingly. If your Syngonium is in direct sunlight move it further back.

The information above is written by Plantila and should be used as a guide only. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you need any additional advice. If you have purchased a plant at Plantila that's not doing so well please send us a picture via WhatsApp to 028 42 798478 and we will try to help. 

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