Syngonium Milk Confetti Mini - Indoor Plants | Plantshop.me

Syngonium Milk Confetti Mini

Syngonium

SKU 5007

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AED 53

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AED 84

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Plant Bio

Syngonium Podophyllum Milk Confetti also known as arrowhead plant is a desirable aroid that boast arrow-shaped leaves and beautiful green to pink variegation. Syngonium is a considered a fast growing climber from the Aracae family.

Syngonium Podophyllum Milk Confetti also known as arrowhead plant is a desirable aroid that boast arrow-shaped light green leaves and beautiful pink variegation. Syngonium is a considered a fast growing climber from the Araceae family. This variegated form is unusual by having small areas of colourful variegation on the leaves. As the plant ages it will begin to vine, therefore putting it in a hanging basket might be a good idea!

Given their natural habitat, which is usually around forest floors, Variegated Syngonium plants are used to receiving dappled light. Note that too much direct sunlight can cause the leaves to scorch and have a white bleached appearance.

Ideally, you should water your Arrowhead plant once the top inch of the soil surface feels dry to the touch. A moist soil but not too soggy is what you’re after. Plus with regular watering, the plant tends to grow quickly.

During the spring and summer, it is best to have your arrowhead vine dry out partially in between watering cycles but should never be left to dehydrate completely, as this can result in yellow leaves. Meanwhile, at the onset of winter, watering is subsequently reduced.

While it’s correct to assume that variegated Syngonium would prefer a warm spot and a high humidity level, an average room temperature ( if treated as an indoor plant ) would work just fine.

Try to maintain an even temperature between 60°F and 80°F (15°C – 26°C). Not letting the room temperature drop below 60°F ensures faster and optimum growth. However, it’s important to note that a warmer temperature would require you to water your plants more often.


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