Syngonium Variegated - Micro Garden
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|Plant Height||3 inch (8 cm)|
|Plant Spread||3 inch (8 cm)|
Syngonium plants are very easy to care consider the following points Sunlight- plant grow well in natural indirect/artificial bright light. Soil-well-drained fertile and nutrient-rich soil. Water- Apply water when the topsoil (1-2 inches) in the pot feels dry to touch. Fertilizer - Apply organic fertilizer once a month and immediately give water after applications of fertilizer. For any insect attack or disease, you can use Neem oil, Eucalyptus oil or Citrus oil spray for primary treatment.
No, Syngonium is not a Philodendron, but its common name is Syngonium Philodendron because of its similar growth character(same family Araceae)
You can grow Syngonium plant through cuttings. Consider the following points to grow plant.Â 1. Pot size 4 inches upper diameter with a drainage hole. 2. Sunlight-Natural indirect/artificial bright light is required.Â 3. Soil- Soil or potting mixture should be well-drained, fertile and nutrient-rich. 4. Water-Water the plant when 1-2 inch surface soil layer feels dry to touch.Â 5. Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer during the main growing spring(February-March) and summer(April-June). Note - For further details check the product description on nurserylive.comÂ
The main reasons Syngonium turning yellow are as follows 1. Due to overwatering or less watering to plant. 2.plant does not get proper sunlight. 3.Lack of Nutrient. 4.Disease infestation.
Before water, Syngonium Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture. You can apply water when the topsoil (1-2 inches) in the pot feels dry to touch.
Syngonium prefer warm and humid condition to grow. So, plant Syngonium in moist soil in the spring(February-March) and summer(April-June) season and keep the soil continuously moist.
Syngonium plant need indirect natural/artificial bright light.
You can make your Syngonium pinker if you avoid direct exposure to sunlight, and place it near the east-facing window at your location.
1. Choose a slightly larger pot. If youâ€™re repotting your plant into a new pot, choose a pot that is 1 to 2 inches larger in diameter and 1 to 2 inches deeper than the plantâ€™s current pot. 2. Choose a pot with drainage holes. When youâ€™re selecting a new pot, make sure it has drainage holes to allow excess water to drain. 3. Cover the drainage holes. Cover the drainage holes with something that will allow water to pass through, like a paper towel or small-sized stone. 5. Put a few inches of soil in the new pot. Youâ€™ll need a base of soil under the plant so the roots have something to grow into. Donâ€™t overfill the pot. 6. Remove the plant from its current pot without disturbing the root ball. 7. Place plant in new pot. As you place the plant into its new pot, center it by looking down on it from above and making sure itâ€™s not closer to any one side of the pot than the others. 9. Fill the pot with soil. Once youâ€™ve placed the plant in the new pot, youâ€™ll want to put soil into the pot around the rootball. Donâ€™t overfill the pot - the soil line should be about 1â€ below the top of the pot. 10. Water the plant. Once your plant is in its new pot and youâ€™ve filled the pot with soil, water the plant.Â
Yes, All parts of the plant are poisonous and contain calcium oxalate crystals, So if eaten it may cause irritation or burning sensation of the lips, tongue and throat followed by swelling.
Yes, Syngonium will climb if they are provided with high humidity, misting, and also support such as a tree trunk, moss stick etc.
You can make Syngonium more bushy by pruning the plant tips within 8-10 inches of the soil line or pinch off the growing tips 3-4 times a year.
Yes, Syngonium will act as creeper if provided with some support or otherwise it can grown as ground cover vine.
It is mainly due to overwatering and low humidity, so make sure that your pot should have a drainage hole and water it when the top 1-2 inch of the soil feels dry to touch. Lack of Nutrient and Disease infestation is also the reason for dying Syngonium
Yes, Growing Syngonium indoor gives a good lush green look to the indoor environment and also purify the indoor air.
Yes, you can split Syngonium plant from its base of roots where multiple stem are available for propagation purpose.
Yes, Syngonium can grow in water if it is trained to grow in water from the intial days. Syngonium cuttings can easily grown in water.
You can repot your Syngonium if you observe that, the roots are growing through the drainage hole at the bottom of the planter and if roots are pushing the plant up, out of the planter. If plant is growing slower than normal (different than dormant) and if plant is extremely top heavy, and falls over easily.
Yes, Syngonium is perennial, evergreen woody vines.
Syngonium grow at a very fast rate if the plant is provided with balance nutrient-rich fertilizer and moisture. They can increase in more height if supported with moss stick, tree trunk.
Syngonium podophyllum is a species of aroid and commonly grown as an evergreen indoor foliage plant and other common name includes arrowhead plant, arrowhead vine, arrowhead Philodendron.
You can grow Syngonium in water only if you trained it to grow in water from the intial days. Otherwise you can take the cuttings of Syngonium with at least 2-3 leaf and grow in water.
Yes, A per published research Syngonium is an excellent air purifier and it removes benzene and formaldehyde from the indoor environment.
Yes, All parts of the plant are poisonous and contain calcium oxalate crystals, So if eaten it may cause irritation or burning sensation of the lips, tongue and throat followed by swelling
Yes, it is an indoor plant that requires indirect natural/artificial bright light.
To grow Syngonium by cuttings consider the following points. 1. To grow Syngonium in pot, choose a pot having of 4-inch upper diameter and drainage holes. 2. cut off the stem with 1-2 nodes and at least 1-2 leaves 3. Fill the 1/3 pot with well-drained soil rich in organic content and place the cuttings in the center of the pot. 4. Fill the remaining pot with same soil. 5. Keep the plant in indirect bright light location for 2-3 days and then gradually move to a location that receives more than 6 hours of direct sunlight. 6. Once the plant is overgrown in current pot, plant it in field.
Yes, it flower but very rarely.
The main reason for the drooping of Syngonium is lack of moisture in the soil as well as plant does not get proper sunlight, Lack of nutrients, Disease infestation.
Yes, Syngonium prefers as much humidity as it can get and it performs good growth and development in medium and high humidity.
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