The origin of the Syngonium comes from Central and South America, southern Mexico and the West Indies. The Syngonium still grows in the wild there. The Syngonium comes from the Araceae family, also known as the Araceae family.
The Syngonium may be given water 3 times a week during the growth period (spring to autumn) as it then drinks a lot. Try to make sure that this is lukewarm water and / or rainwater, because you are doing him a favor. Make sure you don't water too much at once, otherwise the carrots can rot.
You can water the Syngonium daily in the summer and the rest of the year you can do this once a week. Spraying removes dust from the plant and helps keep it moist.
The Syngonium Does not prefer a particular spot as long as this plant is not in direct sunlight. Darker versions can be shaded a bit more but in general these plants do well everywhere.
Daytime 21 ° C
At night 18 ° C
The Syngonium can be fed quite often. Because the plant grows quite quickly, it also needs a lot of nutrition. So make sure that the plant is well fed on a regular basis (twice a month).
Since the Syngonium grows quickly, it also grows quickly from the pot it is in. So it is certainly not surprising to repot this plant every year when it is ready for this. When repotting the plant always make sure you have fresh potting soil, this is good for the plant.
A Syngonium grows quite fast and can therefore be pruned fairly often. By cutting off the long stems, the plant can be better kept in its pot and it will remain full and dense.
Syngonium is a poisonous plant, so be careful where you place it with regard to children and pets.