Syngonium Care Tips

Syngonium Care Tips

Add some colour to your indoor jungle collection with a plant from the Syngonium Family! Syngonium plants (a.k.a. The Arrowhead Plant) love pruning and will grow happily in whichever way you want to train them. Want them to start climbing? Try a stake or a trellis. Here are some of our favourite Syngonium plants we stock for you to choose from.

Warning: This plant is toxic when ingested - best to keep up high away from young children or pets. 


Syngonium Confetti

Syngonium Confetti

Never seen anything like this gorgeous plant?! Not surprising as they are quite hard to get a hold of. Known for their distinctive light green leaves with splashes of pink, the name 'confetti' seems like a great fit. Although visually striking, Syngonium Confetti plants are just as easy to care for as their other family members. It grows as a vine and can be guided to climb or trail down. Check out our tips on keeping your Syngonium Confetti happy and healthy:

Light: Prefers indirect sunlight in a well-lit room.

Temp: Average home temperature, keep away from cold draughts.

Water: Keep well watered, making sure to let dry out between waterings.

Feed: Every month during the growing season (Spring-Autumn). 

Tips: Rotate your plant periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can capture sunlight efficiently.

Toxic to animals

 


 

Syngonium Neon

Syngonium Neon

Add a pop of colour to your collection with a Syngonium Neon! This variety is always popular for its gorgeous pink foliage and is great for hanging baskets, terrariums and shelves as they like to vine down. They can also be trained to grow up a trellis and styled to your liking. Here are some tips on keeping your Syngonium Neon happy and healthy:

Light: Prefers indirect sunlight in a well-lit room.

Temp: Average home temperature, keep away from cold draughts.

Water: Keep well watered, making sure to let dry out between waterings.

Feed: Every month during the growing season (Spring-Autumn). 

Tips: Rotate your plant periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can capture sunlight efficiently.

Toxic to animals

 


Syngonium Golden Allusion

Syngonium Golden Allusion

Syngonium Golden Allusion otherwise known as Syngonium Pink Vein is known for being more compact than the rest of its vining siblings. This plant has gorgeous green leaves with subtle pink veins. They make great presents for new plant parents as they are very easy-going. Here are some tips on how to keep your Syngonium Golden Allusion happy and healthy:

Light: Indirect sunlight in a well-lit room.

Temp: Average home temperature, keep away from cold draughts.

Water: Keep well watered, making sure to let dry out between waterings.

Feed: Every month during the growing season (Spring-Autumn). 

Tips: Rotate your plant periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can capture sunlight efficiently.

Toxic to animals

 


Syngonium Robusta

Syngonium Robusta

Not a fan of pink? Check out the Syngonium Robusta. It has some stunning leaves with a range of dark to light green colouring. These plants are very forgiving to new, forgetful plant parents and can bounce back fast from neglect. They are also a great addition to terrariums! Here are some tips on keeping your Syngonium Robusta happy and healthy:

 

Light: Prefers indirect sunlight in a well-lit room.

Temp: Average home temperature, keep away from cold draughts.

Water: Keep well watered, making sure to let dry out between waterings.

Feed: Every month during the growing season (Spring-Autumn). 

Tips: Rotate your plant periodically to ensure even growth on all sides and dust the leaves often so the plant can capture sunlight efficiently.

Toxic to animals

 


We hope you love your new Syngonium! If you have any further questions or concerns about your Syngonium email us at info@plantcollective.co.nz

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