4” Syngonium Albo
Medium indirect light
Allow soil to dry almost completely
Syngonium albo has arrow shaped leaves with splotches of white and green variegation.
This plant loves to climb, so provide it with a pole or other support structure to climb! As your plant climbs higher, the leaves will get larger and larger. These leaves can grow up to 1-2' long in the wild, but as an indoor plant you will likely see them reach a maximum length of about 1' if grown vertically.
Syngonium Albo care:
Provide your Syngonium albo with a well draining soil. Allow the soil to dry out almost completely between watering, taking care to not allow it to sit in excess water. Provide your new plant with plenty of bright indirect light and watch it thrive!
Syngonium, also referred to as "Arrowhead Plant", are a type of aroid native to many different countries in Latin America and several states in the US. Syngonium can be found growing in its natural habitat in Malaysia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Brazil, Florida, Louisiana and Texas.
In the wild, Syngonium have a variety of growth habits. They can climb or spread as ground cover. If they are allowed to climb, Syngonium leaves will become much larger and have pronounced lobes.
Syngonium can grow in low indirect light but prefer medium to bright indirect light. If grown in low light conditions their growth will slow.
They tend to be easy to care for and make a great addition to any houseplant collection.
I ordered this and expected a smaller plant. It was colorful and bigger than I thought. Absolutely gorgeous
My plant was exactly what I expected and was shipped really well. The only downside is some of the leaves had melted a little in the heat but that may be in me as it has been stupid hot recently. It’s a very beautiful plant and definitely worth the price!
Tons of variegation on this one! Such a visually appealing plant.
Another beautiful and healthy plant from Canopy Plant Co. You guys have made me a customer for life.
Came on time and as beautiful as I ever could've expected. Can wait to grow her out!!! Thanks Canopy!