Syngonium 'Milk Confetti'
The Milk Confetti Syngonium is a charming and popular houseplant cherished for its appealing foliage. Its leaves exhibit a delightful blend of green and white, resembling a confetti of colors. The variegated pattern creates a visually striking contrast that can brighten up any indoor space. Syngoniums are relatively low-maintenance and thrive in indirect light, making them an excellent choice for beginners looking to add a touch of nature to their homes. Regular watering and occasional pruning to encourage bushier growth are key to keeping this beautiful plant thriving.
Ed's Plant Profile
- Botanical Name: Syngonium 'Milk Confetti'
- Common Name: Milk Confetti, Milk Confetti Syngonium
- 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