Syngonium Podophyllum


Syngonium Podophyllum is a simple and elegant house plant. It care is not so hard. It is an easy growing house plant. Pruning is required to keep this plant handsome.

It is also known by their verious common names like, Arrow Head Plant, Goose Foot plant and Nephthytis.

Syngonium Podophyllum is a creeping plant growing in bushy style with long runner stems. These plants are popular for their lush green leaves. Sometime white flower blooms in it.

The Syngonium Podophyllum plants naturally grows on trees. It does not withstand direct sunlight. The tall tree canopy blocks the sunlight, which enables this plant to grow outside.

Hence, Syngonium Podophyllum is best suited for indoor decoration. They require bright but indirect sunlight.

Care of Syngonium Podophyllum Plants

The caring of Syngonium Podophyllum is quit easy. The details are as under-


The arrow Head Plants loves well-drained soil. A mixture of garden soil with coco peat is the best medium to grow these plants. Always wear hand gloves during re-potting because it is a poisonous plant.


Syngonium Podophyllum plants loves receiving plenty of water but does not appreciate constantly wet soil. give a generous amount of water when top layer of soil get dry.


The Arrow Head Plants does not require direct sunlight nor very high humidity. Keep these plants in relatively low light condition. Place your plants in a spot with plenty of indirect sunlight.


Fertilize in every 2-4 weeks while growing. A regular balanced diluted fertilizer works very well. Do not over feed anytime.


The Arrow Head Plant require average humidity level. Do not keep them in high humidity environment.


The Goose Foot Plants are lush green tropical houseplants. They grows well between 15 Degree Celsius to average ambient room temperature.


Pruning is required to keep this plant in a beautiful shape. Otherwise pruning is not necessary.

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