Syngonium pink salmon
Syngoniums belong to the Araceae family and are native to tropical rainforests in southern Mexico, the West Indies, and Central and South America. Especially exciting are their many different colors and variations. There collector's hearts become soft. The super rare Syngonium pink salmon is especially popular - and rightly so. The arrow-shaped leaves captivate with their special leaf coloration in various shades of pink, cream and pastel green. Each leaf surprises with an individual leaf pattern, speckles, spots and stripes - no two leaves are alike. Syngonium pink salmon is a real eye-catcher in any green living room jungle with its pastel and bright leaf coloration.
As soon as Syngonium pink salmon forms shoots, you should support it with a vine stick. Then it will feel completely at home. Commercially available climbing vine sticks or homemade sticks made of sphagnum moss are suitable for this purpose. In the wild, it would grow up to 20 meters high on a huge jungle tree. To get as close to that as possible and mimic the natural habitat, a climbing pole is essential. The substrate of this rare dream plant should never dry out completely, because after all, this exotic is a real rainforest inhabitant. Optimal is a consistently even moisture in the pot ball. Before watering, the top layers of soil should be slightly dry to avoid waterlogging. This is because the Syngonium pink salmon dislikes this just as much as extreme dryness. How often you actually need to water, however, ultimately depends greatly on light, humidity, size of the plant and the pot. In general, however, the Syngonium ink salmon is already satisfied with high humidity, bright indirect light and temperatures between 18° and 23° Celsius.