How to Grow Arrowhead Plant
Ever since we were little kids, our teachers as well as our parents have told us the many advantages of growing trees. They used to tell us why and how plants are important for human existence. They advised us not to cut or harm them. In fact, we should be planting and growing more trees!
There was one common precedence to all of these conversations - we have been told about growing plants in our gardens or in other outdoor spaces. But with the diverse information available in this world, the popularity of indoor plants has surged a lot. And unfortunately, we all personally struggle with little or even next to nothing information about growing indoor plants. And, in this blog, we are going to help you with all the essential information that you need to know for growing Syngonium plant.
Some tips to know:
- You do not need to grow a signonium plant in outdoor spaces like a garden or terrace.
- Syngonium plants like all other indoor plants are used extensively for decorative purposes.
- They are easy to take care of and they do not require long hours of care and maintenance.
- Arrowhead plant propagation does not require long periods of sunlight for their growth. Just watering the plants and cutting them periodically will only increase their beauty
Now that we have covered some of the basics, let us move on to the steps of growing an arrowhead plant:
Sunlight - Arrowhead plants flourish well in bright indirect sunlight. It can also tolerate low light.
Water - Syngonium plants are succulents which do well with sparse watering sessions. In terms of moisture requirements, water your plant only when the top most soil of the pot feels dry to the touch. The usual watering schedule for Syngoniums is 3 to 5 days.
Humidity - These plants can tolerate high levels of humidity. Feel free to keep your plant in humid spaces of your house like bathrooms and kitchens as well as drier indoor spaces like bedroom, living room. etc.
Temperature - Being a part of the succulent tribe, arrowhead plants are also tolerant to rapid temperature changes and fluctuations. This plant can withstand anywhere from 18°C to 23°C. Though the plant is known for being sturdy, avoid keeping the plant in temperatures exceeding the 23°C limit.
Just be sure to check the species of arrowhead when you buy plants online. That way you can ensure that your plant species is the perfect pick for your home in terms of space and care.