Syngonium Red Arrow
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The Syngonium Red Arrow is a beautiful plant with arrow-shaped leaves. She can grow fast and loves life in a hanging pot. You can also guide her to climb up a trellis on the wall, to make a sweet display. The Syngonium Red Arrow is not a rare plant, but you will not come across it very often. We suggest giving her a bright spot in the kitchen or the living room, two metres or so from the window where light does not shine directly on her.
- lovespartly shady
- care leveleasy
- benefitsair cleaner
Syngonium Red Arrow does not like getting her feet wet, so be careful not to give more than a splash of water several times a week, always making sure that the soil does not get too wet, because her roots are prone to rot. For steady growth, repot her each year in the spring. Then she can continue to grow throughout the summer, helped (of course) by some extra organic PLNTS nutrition once every fortnight to help her shoot up like an arrow!
Brilliant forest green on top and vivid crimson bellies, came in prefect condition, exactly like in the photo
This one looks a little worse than the pictures, not as compact and bushy, came in kinda leggy with two long vines but with not as many leaves as you would expect on them. Also has some yellowing/crispy spots here and there, hoping it's not some kind of infection. Fine plant for the price nevertheless.
Very nice & healthy Plant, beautiful dark red undersides, two vines are starting to trail already!
A fully deserved 5 stars review! Syngonium Red Arrow looks so beautiful in my plant collection with its red undersides. Arrived super fast, very well packaged with the other plants that I ordered, in perfect conditions, with no leaves loss or damaged. I highly recomand PLNTS. I whish you all a Happy New Year!
Absolutely beautiful healthy plant. ❤️
5 stars just because I'm not able to put 10 stars... The plant is amazing and started new leaves after a couple of days. It is full, gorgeous, colorful,... I had a big surprise ever when I've discovered that the Syngonium was mixed in the pot with a Micans that have the same two colors (dark green and dark red). That combination is above stunning. Thank you very much