60 - 75cm Syngonium Aurea on Mosspole Arrowhead Plant 17cm Pot House Plant House Plant
60 - 75cm Syngonium Aurea on Mosspole Arrowhead Plant 17cm Pot House Plant House Plant
60 - 75cm Syngonium Aurea on Mosspole Arrowhead Plant 17cm Pot House Plant House Plant

60 - 75cm Syngonium Aurea on Mosspole Arrowhead Plant 16cm Pot House Plant

The Syngonium aurea, also known as the Golden Syngonium, is a stunning climbing plant. Native to tropical rain forests in Central and South America, it has a distinctive, bright yellow to golden foliage, which adds an exotic touch to indoor...
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60 - 75cm Syngonium Aurea on Mosspole Arrowhead Plant 17cm Pot House Plant House Plant

60 - 75cm Syngonium Aurea on Mosspole Arrowhead Plant 16cm Pot House Plant

£69.99 £49.99

60 - 75cm Syngonium Aurea on Mosspole Arrowhead Plant 16cm Pot House Plant

£69.99 £49.99

The Syngonium aurea, also known as the Golden Syngonium, is a stunning climbing plant. Native to tropical rain forests in Central and South America, it has a distinctive, bright yellow to golden foliage, which adds an exotic touch to indoor plant collections. Syngonium aurea is a relatively easy plant to care for, making it a great choice for both beginners and more experienced plant enthusiasts.

Here is a comprehensive guide to taking care of a Syngonium aurea growing on a mosspole:

1. Light: Syngonium aurea prefers bright, indirect light. Too much direct sunlight can scorch its leaves, while too little light can cause the leaves to lose their vibrant golden color. A north or east-facing window is typically a good location. If the leaves start to look pale or lose their color, try moving the plant to a brighter spot.

2. Water: Syngonium aurea likes its soil to be kept consistently moist, but not waterlogged. Water the plant thoroughly when the top inch or so of the soil has dried out. Avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. If the plant is growing on a mosspole, keep the moss moist by misting it regularly.

3. Humidity: As a tropical plant, Syngonium aurea prefers high humidity levels. Misting the plant or using a humidifier can help maintain the right humidity levels. If the air in your home is dry, consider placing a tray with water near the plant, ensuring the plant's pot isn't sitting directly in the water.

4. Temperature: Syngonium aurea thrives in temperatures between 60-85°F (15-29°C). Avoid placing the plant in drafty areas or near heating or cooling vents, as sudden temperature changes can stress the plant.

5. Soil: A well-draining potting mix is essential for Syngonium aurea. An equal mix of peat moss, perlite, and potting soil usually works well. You can also use a mix specifically designed for aroids or tropical plants.

6. Fertilizer: During the growing season (spring to summer), feed the Syngonium aurea every two weeks with a balanced, water-soluble houseplant fertilizer diluted to half the recommended strength. Always water your plant before applying fertilizer to prevent root burn. Fertilizer can be reduced or omitted during the fall and winter when growth naturally slows down.

7. Pruning: Pruning can help maintain the size and shape of your Syngonium aurea. Remove any yellow or brown leaves, and prune back any leggy vines to encourage bushier growth.

8. Pest and Disease Control: Like most houseplants, Syngonium aurea can be affected by pests such as spider mites, mealybugs, and aphids. Regularly check the leaves and stems for any signs of pests. If you spot any, use an insecticidal soap or a mixture of water and mild dish soap to treat the plant.

9. Mosspole Care: A mosspole provides support for the climbing vines of the Syngonium aurea, allowing it to grow tall and healthy. Keep the mosspole moist by misting it regularly. The mosspole also increases local humidity, which is beneficial for the plant.

The mosspole mimics the tree trunks the plant would naturally grow up in the wild, so the plant will send out roots to attach itself to the pole. It can take a while for the plant to latch onto the mosspole, so consider using ties or clips to help guide and secure the plant to the pole in the meantime.

Remember that each plant is unique and may not conform precisely to general care guidelines. Always observe your plant and adjust care as needed. Happy growing!

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