Syngonium podophyllum 'Strawberry Cream'
Syngonium podophyllum ‘Strawberry Cream’ is one of many attractive Arrowhead Plants, and is quite versatile when cultivated indoors. Its remarkable foliage emerges a creamy pink color that may mellow out to green with pink veining as the plant develops. This Aroid thrives in low to bright indirect sunlight, though it can’t tolerate any direct beams on the tender leaves. As a tropical understory plant, it is a natural climber, and it will happily snake up a moss pole to produce mature foliage. New growth can be pinched back to create a bushier appearance, or you can simply let it vine and sprawl organically in your space!
• Light: Medium to bright, indirect light
• Water: Water when the top 1-2" of soil feels dry to the touch, or at first sign of wilt
• Considerations: Use a well-draining soil, and select a planter with drainage. Foliage benefits from increased humidity. With reduced watering, Syngonium are low-light tolerant
WHAT TO EXPECTYou'll get a healthy Syngonium podophyllum 'Strawberry Cream' that meets our rigorous quality standards in a 4" nursery pot. No two plants are alike, and yours will have its own unique shape, size and personality; expect this natural variation from the photos.
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This is a beautiful plant (I love the color of the leaves). I'm looking forward to watching it grow!
I think i found a new fave
My Strawberry Cream arrived so carefully packaged (my Pistils orders always are) and with a little water she perked right up. I have her on my desk and my current favorite distraction is tracking all of the baby leaves that are unfurling. I will definitely be getting another syngonium for my collection.
So Beautiful and Full!
Pistils really is the best at shipping plants! My syngonium, named her Eiko :-), arrived in beautiful condition. The stems were all leaning over but after a bit of water and placed in bright indirect light all stems are standing straight up. It was kind of amazing to watch.