Pot size (diameter): 5.5 cm, Approx Height: 11 cm.
Syngonium Sunshine's stand out feature is the pink veins running through it's bright green, arrow-shaped leaves. This plant looks almost luminous if you place it in a well-lit spot where it's leaves can catch and reflect the sun.
The White Butterfly has an abundance of pale green papery leaves with striking white centres, its leaves group together to form a dense sea of green sure to brighten up any home.
The Syngonium Pixie is considered a dwarf version of Syngonium as it grows more compact and with noticeably smaller leaves than the other varieties. It has green leaves with striking white centres.
The Mini Pixie is called a 'super dwarf' because of its incredibly teeny leaves, these many small leaves give it a really bushy appearance.
The Syngonium has many names: Arrowhead Vine, Goosefoot Plant, African Evergreen Butterfly plant and American Evergreen. Don't be discouraged by their vibrant, tropical appearance - they are surprisingly easy to care for!
A lot of people are unaware that the Syngonium is actually a vining houseplant and will start to grow upwards if you supply it with a pole or trellis, alternatively you can leave it to trail, you can prune it back to maintain a bushy appearance.
Check out the other Syngonium we have available.
Light: Bright, indirect sunlight will produce the biggest leaves but also really show off the plants bold, varying colours.
Water: During growing season water regularly, wait until the soil is dry before watering again. For best results water from underneath with the use of a saucer to reduce the chance of root rot.
Food: As the plant can keep growing all year round, feed it lightly once a month yearly as long as it is growing.
Humidity: These plants thrive in a high humidity situation, a decreased humidity will cause brown, crispy leaves.
this plant came to me right on time and was packed perfectly! No faults whats so ever :) definitely recommend getting your plants from this shop!
Arrived next day, brilliantly packaged, as usual, and is just THE cutest little thing. Looking forward to watching it grow