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Syngonium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to tropical rainforests in southern Mexico, the West Indies, Central and South America. They are also known as arrowhead plants due to the arrowhead shape of their leaves. These woody vines grow to or more in trees. They have leaves that change shape according to the plant's stage of growth, and adult leaf forms are often much more lobed than juvenile forms.
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These leafy beauties can be trained to grow on a trellis, stake, or up a wall as their tendrils attach and they take off.

Light and Temperature: Syngoniums are low-light tolerant houseplants and will grow anywhere in your home. They do prefer indirect light but can tolerate low light. These plants like temperatures ranging from 60-80°F. They do not like the temps to drop below 50°F. Keep them away from drafts and doorways during the winter months.

Humidity: Arrowhead plants enjoy a humid environment of 40% – 50%,  so you can place your plant in a humid room or increase humidity with a humidifier, or group plants together.

Water: Water regularly to maintain moist soil but do not let the soil become soggy since the plant is prone to root rot. Water regularly during the spring and summer months and reduce during winter. Usually, Syngonium can be watered twice a week during spring and summer and once a week during winter.

Soil: A rich potting mix soil with good drainage is appreciated by syngoniums..Because it is an aroid, it will appreciate a light soil mixture that retains moisture but also lets excess water escape easily to prevent rot. Try mixing equal parts potting soil, sphagnum moss, and fine orchid bark.

Syngoniums are toxic to both humans and animals.