Syngonium Arrow

(2 customer reviews)


These have the most interestingly patterned leaves. While they’re young they are bushy in their pot, but as they grow they will begin to vine and you can train them to grow up a pole, or alternatively have them hanging from a planter or shelf. If you love their bushy nature you can prune it to keep it from growing out. One of the most interesting features of this plant is how the leaves change, a young plant has heart shaped leaves, then changing to arrow shaped and then as it matures they change again and separate out into 5 or so ‘fingers’. Super easy to look after too. You get a lot of plant in a 12cm pot and it is top of the list for air purifying too!


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Light : Bright indirect sunlight will keep this guy looking awesome.

Water:  Let the soil dry out between watering and then give him a big drink. 

Humidity: He would really like lots of moisture so keep him with other plants and give him a misting.

Temperature: This guy is not frost tolerant at all and needs to be kept above 16 degrees. 

Food:  You can feed him once or twice a month in spring and summer. If you see new growth in cooler months then you can feed then too. 

Toxicity:  Your syngonium Arrow is mildly toxic if ingested .

Dimensions 12 × 25 cm

A lanky and floppy plant could indicate that he needs a wee bit of a hair cut, you can keep him looking spiffy by trimming the longer trails, or using a moss pole or pinning him to a stick or wall to train the stems. 

If the leaves are getting crispy then he needs moisture. Try misting. 

Variegation is fading means he’s not getting enough light.

2 reviews for Syngonium Arrow

  1. Dan (verified owner)

    Love this plant. Big green leaves and very healthy. It’s thriving in the heat at the moment!

  2. Lisa (verified owner)

    A bushy plant with really pretty leaves…love it.

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