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Syngonium Pink Allusion

Regular price
$25.00 CAD
Regular price
Sale price
$25.00 CAD
Size

All photos are an indication of the plant species and size reference only.  All plants will have slight variations in coloring and condition. Decorative pot not included. Plants will be shipped in sphagnum moss or perlite.

Syngonium podophyllum 'Pink Allusion' is a compact variety, it shows off light green leaves, edged in darker green, with stunning pink veins that cover the whole leaf face when it's a little more mature. It can be grown easily as a compact bushy looking plant, or you can accept its creeping, climbing nature and grow it tall up a moss stick. It also plays well if you want to grow several different types of house plants together in a large container. You can keep the Pink Allusion plant pruned so it only has juvenile leaves, or you can allow it to mature and climb up a trellis or support sticks.

Care

Light: Bright light, but no direct sun. The Pink Allusion plant is a great container plant for shady balcony gardens that don t get much direct sunlight. If you have a southern exposure with bright light, it will do better in an indoor garden. It tolerate low light, but the leaves may lose their variegation. Turn pot regularly for even growth.

Water: Keep the potting mix moist in summer, allowing the surface to dry out before watering again. Water less often in winter, letting the top half of the potting mix dry out.

Temperature/Humidity: Comfortable in average household humidity. No humidity supports required. 

Soil/Potting: Any good potting mix. Use a container with good drainage. Feed every 2 weeks from except in winters with a balanced house plant fertilizer diluted to half the normal strength. In winter, feed monthly.

Care Tips: Prone to sunburn if offered direct sun. If your Pink Allusion is in too bright of a spot, she'll become a lot less pink. Experiment with the placement of your new syngonium. An easy care plant for any new or experienced collector.

*Syngoniums are toxic to pets and humans if ingested*