Online Plant Haul | Etsy, Amazon, & Arium Botanicals

Have you ever ordered plants online? I did! I went crazy and bought a bunch of plants through various online shops. I had some really good luck this time! Here are some of the plants I got in my recent online shopping spree!

Plants/Shops Mentioned

Here are all the plants I got and where I got them in case you are interested!

Ficus Elastica

Ficus Elastica ‘Tineke’

Scindapsus Silvery Ann

Philodendron Brasil

Black Peperomia Ripple

Philodendron Bipennifolium

Monstera Adansonii

Othonna Capensis ‘Ruby Necklace’

Colocasia Esculenta Black Coral

Alocasia Cuprea

String of Bananas

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Syngonium Podophyllum | Arrowhead Plant

The Syngonium Podophyllum, otherwise known as the arrowhead plant is characterized by its variegated arrowhead-shaped leaves. This plant originated in Southeast Asia.

Plant Information

Botanical Name: Syngonium Podophyllum

Nicknames: Arrowhead Plant, Arrowhead Vine, Arrowhead philodendron, Goosefoot, African Evergreen, American Evergreen

Origin: Southeast Asia

Size: This plant can grow to be 2 feet tall and climbing varieties might get to be 4 feet long.

Plant Care

Lighting: Arrowhead plant thrives in bright indirect light, however, can tolerate low light. Though low light may lead to lessened variegation.

Watering: Allow the top few inches of soil to dry before watering thoroughly, do not overwater. Water more frequently in the summer, allowing the top half of soil to dry between watering in the winter.

Fertilizing: Feed every 2 weeks spring, summer, and fall with a fertilizer half diluted. Feed monthly in the winter.

Temperature: Syngonium Podophyllum thrives in 60-75°F all year-round.

Humidity: Arrowhead plants prefer high humidity but can survive in average humidity. Brown leaf tips might indicate dry air.

Soil: Use Peat moss based soil mix.

Pruning: Long-running vines can be trimmed back to keep the center of the plant bushy.

Propagation: Place 4-inch cuttings in water or moist peat moss based potting mix. Plant division can also be used.

Potential Problems: These plants are resilient to pests but may attract pests and disease if over-watered. Brown leaf tips signify dry air.

Pests: scale, Mealy Bugs, spider mites

Disease: Rot from overwatering, leaf spot disease

Poison Information: Arrowhead plant is a level 2 poisonous plant.

Syngonium Podophyllum | Arrowhead Plant