Syngonium Podophyllum


Syngonium Podophyllum, generally the most preferred variety of Syngonium plants by home gardeners, gives an extraordinary touch to your indoors.


  • Life cycle: perennial
  • Plant size: 10 inches-1.5 feet
  • Pot required: 8-10 inches
  • Watering: when the topsoil gets dry

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What Makes it Unique?

  • An excellent air purifier that helps remove toxins easily from the atmosphere.
  • Variegated heart-shaped green leaves and thick evergreen foliage.
  • A low-maintenance plant with attractive textured and patterned foliage.
  • Used popularly as an ornamental plant for beautifying the indoor surroundings.


How to Care?

  • It is recommended to keep your Syngonium Podophyllum in low-to-medium sunlight.
  • Always keep them directly under the harsh sun rays as they will burn the leaves.
  • Re-pot the plant only when you see a stunted growth or the plant outgrows the current pot.
  • If you see the Syngonium Podophyllum plant drooping the leaves, it is time to check the watering frequency.
  • Make sure you are not providing them with too much water as they do not prefer being wet feet.
  • Always remember to use fertile soil for planting your Goosefoot plant to help the water reach the entire plant quickly.
  • Also, pick a pot with proper drainage space to easily release excess water outside the plant.
  • Keep removing the dead and damaged parts of the plant to allow easy growth of new shoots in the plant.
  • Fix the watering schedule if your Syngonium Podophyllum starts drooping the leaves, as it can be possible due to overwatering and underwatering.
  • Cut off the dead and damaged leaves from the plant and fix the watering schedule to allow new growth of leaves.
  • In case of overwatering, let the soil dry out completely before your next watering schedule to prevent root rotting.
  • The ideal frequency to fertilize your Syngonium Podophyllum is every 2 weeks during the main growing seasons.
  • Also, avoid feeding them fertilizer during the winter as the growth rate slows down during winters.

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