This example is a coveted rarity from Panama. The dark color of the foliage is characteristic of this Syngonium variety. The plant takes up all dark tones of the colors green and purple. In addition, the tapering leaves sit on long plant stems and shape the plant into a spreading specimen. Due to the formation of numerous, long shoots, the Syngonium erythrophyllum is also ideally suited for a traffic light cultivation.
Your little protégé makes little demands on the environment and enjoys a year-round bright location without direct sunlight. In addition, the purple mute is dependent on a moderate pouring behavior. The plant prefers stale, room-warm water. Provide the houseplant with enough water until the excess water drips out of the drainage hole. Waterlogging and bale dryness will not be postponed and should always be prevented. Regular spraying of the plant rounds off the care of the purple tute perfectly, as high humidity results in a healthy appearance. During the summer, you can also cultivate your little roommate outdoors in a sheltered location. The syngonium does not take a winter break,