Humidity Requirements For Syngonium/Arrowhead Vines

Syngoniums (or Arrowhead vines, as they’re often called) get a bit of a raw deal – they’re condemned to live in low light, cold conditions, with only a snake plant for company. If your Syngonium doesn’t get much light, don’t mist it. If it gets a lot of light and is healthy, mist it if …

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How to Water Syngoniums

Syngoniums are one of those plants that will happily plod along with the bare minimum. No light? Not a problem. Leave me without water for two months? I won’t die. Overwater me? I’ll give you a LOT more grace than most plants. But they’re also very quick to look, er, awful if you don’t treat …

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How to Save An Overwatered Syngonium

It’s actually super common to overwater Syngoniums because they’re one of those plants that are frequently touted as being super easy to care for, and being very tolerant of low light. Whilst these things are true, they do still require a decent amount of light and care to thrive. If they’re given too little light …

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10 Reasons Your Syngonium Drooping

Syngoniums (often referred to as Arrowhead vine) are an awesome plant for beginners, but they do have a tendency towards the dramatic. If you let them dry out to the point that they droop, it can take, like, a day for them to stand up again. Even peace lilies don’t hold grudges for that long. …

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Syngonium Love to Climb – Here’s How to Support Them

Syngoniums are climbers, but they’re often sold as bushy plants to quench our appetite for bushy plants. They’re also regularly featured in the ‘low light’ section of house plants, and whilst that’s true in that they won’t thank you for putting them in bright, direct light, keeping them in low light will result in leggy …

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