Pink Syngonium

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This Syngonium has beautiful salmon pink and green leaves. With its bushy foliage, this easy-to-care-for plant is a great indoor pleaser.

  • Care: Easy
  • Light: Medium
  • Water: Medium
  • Planter Sizes (cm): 12H x 11D

All Pot and Posy plants come with care cards. You’ll find some further info below.

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Pink Syngonium

Syngonium sp.

The Pink Syngonium enjoys a relatively humid position but will still do very well in dryer conditions. When watering, let the plant dry between drinks. Water well once a week in the warmer months, and reduce through the winter. While it likes moisture, soggy soil for a long period can cause root-rot.

It also does very well in most lighting conditions, though not in direct sunlight. This will cause the leaves to burn. The Arrowhead Plant can tolerate low light conditions, but if this it’s regular location it’s worth moving into more daylight once in a while.

You can fertilise monthly, particularly during spring and summer with a diluted liquid fertiliser to promote growth.

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