Syngonium red spot tricolor #7
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 red spot tricolor is especially popular - and rightly so. The arrow-shaped leaves captivate not only by their size, but also by the special leaf coloration in different shades of green, cream and pink. Each leaf surprises with an individual leaf pattern, speckles, spots and stripes - no two leaves are alike. This rare houseplant is an absolute eye-catcher in any living room jungle and almost always stands out because of its color variations.
As soon as Syngonium red spot tricolor forms shoots, you should support it with a climbing 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 as possible to this and mimic the natural habitat, a climbing pole is of great importance
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. Because the Syngonium does not like this any more than extreme dryness. How often you actually have to water, however, ultimately depends greatly on light, humidity, size of the plant and the pot. In general, however, the Syngonium is already satisfied with high humidity, bright indirect light and temperatures between 18° and 23° Celsius.