The leaves of the Syngonium Mickey are striking and distinctive, characterized by their arrowhead shape. These leaves display a captivating blend of vibrant green and creamy white tones. The white variegation is irregular and often forms unique patterns, adding a playful and artistic touch to the plant's appearance. As the Syngonium Mickey matures, its leaves may undergo subtle changes, with some transitioning to deeper shades of green. Overall, the leaves of this plant are both visually appealing and a testament to nature's artistry, making it a delightful addition to any indoor garden.
Ed's Plant Profile
- Botanical Name: Syngonium 'Mickey'
- Common Name: Mickey Syngonium, Mickey Plant
- Family: Araceae
- Native Range: Tropical rain forests in Central and South America
Ed's Care Guide
- Light: Prefers bright to medium indirect light. Tolerates low light.
- Water: Water when the potting mix begins to dry out
- Humidity: Prefers high but can tolerate average home humidity
- Temperature: 60-80F
- Pruning: Prune as needed to remove brown or dead leaves and control growth
- Feeding: Fertilize during spring and summer with ½ strength complete liquid fertilizer once a month.
- Propagation: Division
- Growth: clumping, upright
- Pests: Generally resilient to pests
- Toxicity: Toxic to humans and pets