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Syngonium plant is native to tropical Central and South America and is also known as nephthytis. It is a low-light tolerant plant that is easy to care for.
Syngonium plant is native to tropical Central and South America and is also known as nephthytis.
Other names of the plant include Arrowhead plant, Elephant Ear plant, Butterfly plant and Goosefoot plant.
Syngonium Pink plant has either pink splash allusion with pale green leaves and light pink speckles or pink allusion with light olive-green leaves and deep pink veins.
Syngonium is a plant that requires very less care. It grows well in bright light but not in the direct sun. Humidity is also a must.
The plant can be kept moist especially during spring and summer. Between watering, it should be allowed to dry at the soil surface. The correct way or time to water is to dip your finger half an inch in the soil and if the soil is found to be dry, it's time to water the plant. It shouldn't be kept wet for a longer time.
Moist soil is favorable for the plant. Peat-moss based potting mix, such as an African violet mix can be used for this plant.
The plant does not like to be exposed to cold temperatures. Therefore, it should be kept above 60°F. The plant is happy in the ordinary indoor temperature.
Around 40-50% of the humidity should be maintained around the plant. If there is a dry air, it can cause brown leaf tips.
Bright light is must for the plant. It can tolerate low light. Placing the plant near the window can be a very good idea. It should be kept out from hot afternoon sun. Low light can make the plant weak and thin. Regular showers with a good amount of light is best for the plant.
The plant needs a balanced or a liquid fertilizer. It should be provided with the fertilizer every 2 to 3 weeks during spring and summer growing period. During winters, feed them monthly.
Use a good potting soil which contains both loam and peat. Repotting should be done as often as necessary. Rapid growth can lead to a clear visibility of the roots. If its roots are visible, then it's a sign that it requires repotting.
Take 3-4 in (7.5-10 cm) stem tip cuttings early in summer. For best results, dip the cut end in rooting hormone powder then stand the cutting in a pot of perlite or a half-half mix of vermiculite and peat moss. Keep the cuttings out of sunlight and maintain the humidity around them by covering the pot with a plastic bag. Cuttings should root in about a month's time.
To keep the plant bushy and full, prune out the older, climbing stems as they grow. Cut them back in early summer and you can propagate the stem tip cuttings.
Syngonium can be used as a decorative plant. The plant also possesses the ability to cleanse the air you breathe.
The plant can reduce the components of air pollution and even volatile organic compounds such as benzene, formaldehyde, toluene, and xylene. They also reduce airborne microbes and increase humidity.