PLANT CARE ( Syngonium Mottled )
|Do not let temperatures drop below 15 degrees Celsius or rise higher than 30 degrees.|
|Syngonium thrives in medium to high light levels, but not direct sunlight, which causes burning of the leaves.|
|Syngonium is native to the tropics and need high humidity of at least 50%—but, ideally, 60%|
|Water Syngonium Mottled plant when the soil surface starts to dry. This plant likes to be on the moist side, but not wet or soggy.|
The Syngonium Mottled care is very similar to that of the Philodendron. Ordinary potting soil is sufficient, provided it contains a reasonable amount of organic material, such as peat and leaf soil. Keep the soil moist and well-drained at the same time. Should it nevertheless happen that the root ball dries out, then that is no reason to panic. The plant is more resistant to drying out than to too much water. As with many plants, some food is administered every few weeks. Fertilizing should especially not be forgotten when the pot is completely filled with roots. Syngonium Mottled is an easy plant that has a good shelf life. In addition, they can handle dry air astonishingly well, even though they prefer a moist growing environment. If you want to keep a Syngonium as a climbing plant, the stems must be tied up regularly.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The example picture is not the real plant to deliver. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually, the delivered plant may differ in for example size, the number of flowers & branches, The Plant Will be in a Plastic Pot Not The One Shown In The Picture.