Syngonium erythrophyllum 'Red Arrow' are part of the Araceae family, it is native to Columbia and Panama. The dark leaves (red undesides) are arranged alternately along the stem and are saggitate in shape. Providing the plant with something to climb will encourage larger leaves.
Pot: 12cm diameter
Foliage: Approximately 30cm.
Pictured in Milou pot.
Ceramic pot not included.
Secrets to success
Temperature: Optimum temperatures are 18-24°C.
Light: These plants prefer bright indirect light but are able to tolerate lower to medium light.
Watering: Water well and then allow 50% of the soil dry out before watering again. Syngonium droop when they need water, but perk up quickly once watered.
Air humidity: This plant requires moderate to higher humidity, this can be achieved by misting the leaves, grouping plants together or placing the plant on a tray of watered pebbles.
Fertilising: Feed bi-weekly during the growing season, using half the recommended strength.
This plant is toxic, keep out of reach of pets and children.