The light green foliage is nestled upon a small stem and as the plant matures, the large arrowhead-shaped leaves begin to trail down.
Originating in South America, this fast-growing vine has long been a popular house plant for beginners. With its interestingly arrowhead-shaped leaves and a wide array of colors, there is something for everyone to like.
Grow Pot Size: 2”, 4”, and 6”
Overall Height Including Grow Pot: 6-22” depending on grow pot size.
Plant Care Level: Easy
As the plant matures, the large arrowhead-shaped leaves begin to trail down.
Syngonium ‘White Butterfly’ Care Tips
Other Common Names: Nephthytis, Arrowhead Vine, Goose Foot Plant
Binomial Name: Syngonium podophyllum ‘White Butterfly’
Care Level: Easy
Light: Bright to medium, indirect light
Water: Allow the soil to dry in between watering
Pet Friendly: No
The Syngonium ‘White Butterfly’ Story
Where is it from?
Originating in South America
Who is the Syngonium ‘White Butterfly’?
We love thinking of the Syngonium ‘White Butterfly’ as a magical creature as the leaves are so unique and lovely to glance at. Luckily, the Syngonium is beginner-friendly and absolutely stunning!
Good For You!
Syngonium is a wonderful addition to your bedroom. Thankfully, plants contribute to purifying the air and removing unwanted toxins from your home.
Is the Syngonium ‘White Butterfly’ the right plant for me?
The Syngonium is a wonderful beginner plant with very few requirements. We suggest placing the plant in a location with bright to medium indirect light. You’ll notice the plant will grow more quickly and you’ll be able to let the soil dry almost completely in between watering.
To ensure your plant remains healthy, follow a monthly fertilizing schedule when the plant is actively growing. In most cases, this is in the spring and summer. Use a balanced fertilizer - this means a ratio of NPK that is all the same. Ex: 10-10-10.
Pet Friendly: Syngonium is not pet-friendly.
Location Suggestions: The vining plant looks absolutely stunning on a high shelf, bookcase, or climbing up a moss pole in your living room.