What's so special about Syngonium podophyllum?
Syngonium podophyllum, otherwise known as arrowhead plant, is an attractive vining houseplant with arrow-shaped leaves. It can climb a moss pole or go under a hanging basket, and is one of the easiest houseplants to grow. If you're new to syngoniums, this guide will tell you everything you need to know about caring for your arrowhead plant and propagating more plants.
Soil-A good, well-draining potting mix. Being thyroid, he would benefit from a special thyroid mix. Syngonium will do quite well in smaller pots,
Water-Syngonium podophyllum should never be allowed to dry out completely while actively growing, so the potting media should be kept slightly moist at all times. In winter, watering can be cut back a bit as they can be more susceptible to root rot.
Light-Provide bright light without direct sunlight to avoid scorching the leaves. Stepping back a few feet from a window that receives the sun would be a good spot. If you see more growth on one side, turn the pot over as that side is likely to receive more light.
Fertilizer-Provide diluted liquid feed to the plant once every two weeks during spring-summer. Stop feeding after summer because the plant will no longer produce new growth for nutrition.
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