Syngonium White Butterfly - Green Zone Plants & Pots
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Syngonium White Butterfly

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The syngonium butterfly is a collection of soft feathery foliage in creamy white with delicate green variegations. The arrowhead-shaped leaves make the plant seem like a gathering of butterflies. The plants are easy to care for and do well in dry-warm climate, both indoor and outdoors and look stunning in shaded patios and balconies. The leaves become whiter as they mature and they are an excellent choice for both tabletop and hanging planters.

Note* : Images are for reference purposes only. Actual product does not have pebbles as seen in the images and also the plant may vary in shape or appearance based on climate, age, height, etc.



 P O T   S I Z E : 

Diameter: 12.5cm

Height : 12cm

Weight: 0.1kg

Color : White

Material : Plastic Self Watering Pot







  • Bright Indirect Sunlight 



    Bright indirect sunlight

  • Water Once A Week 



    Water once a week

  • Indoor 

    Where to grow


    Bright indoors

  • Average Warmth 



    Low maintenance

  • Low Maintenance 

    Special feature


    Not pet friendly




Plant Essentials

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed the arrowhead plant every 2 weeks with fertiliser diluted to half strength. Make sure the soil is moist at all times, but refrain from drowning him through overwatering.
Repotting : When you notice stunted growth or discomfort in the plant, it is time to repot into a bigger pot. Ideally, the Arrowhead plant is repotted every 2 years. He grows aggressively so the roots outgrow the pot and then it is time to repot and make them comfortable.
Propogation : It can be easily propagated via stem cuttings. Take cuttings with at least one node and root it in water. They root in water just as well, as they do in a potting mix. For a failsafe propagation, choose a new shoot that has sprouted a couple of leaves and has more than one aerial node.



Common Problems

1. Why are my Arrowhead plant leaves turning pale and limp?
Too much and direct sunlight will cause the Arrowhead plant to practically burn. This causes the leaves to turn pale and limp. Move him to a place with indirect sunlight since he loves bright indirect sunlight.
2. Why are the new leaves of the Goosefoot plant turning brown and withering?
When the Goosefoot or Arrowhead plant is thirsty, he will drop new leaves because there isn’t enough water ration for him. Cut off the browning leaf and water the Syngonium and he will perk up quickly.
3. Why are my Syngonium leaves turning yellow?
Both under watering and overwatering can lead to yellowing leaves of the Syngonium. Check the soil, repot in a dry and well-draining medium if the soil is wet and loamy. Change your watering schedule to fix this issue and water only when the top soil is dry.


Style and Décor


Style and Décor

Light Requirements :The Syngonium plant fares well in any indirect sunlight. Too much direct sunlight burns the plant so be mindful of the place where it is kept.
Locations :The Syngonium plant is perfect to be kept in the living room or near the windows where it will receive indirect sunlight.
Styling/decor tip :These plants are a brilliant choice for your reading or work desk because they’re short, lush and air purifying. What better than a spot of green atop your marble or wooden table that will not only soothe the eyes in the middle of your working or reading, but also purify the air and help reduce your stress? That’s right, nothing is better than that. The leaves have delicate variegation in white, the leaves grow whiter as they mature.



The Arrowhead plant is the go-to option of many homemakers due to its lush and beautiful foliage. The buds are heart-shaped in the beginning, and eventually become arrowhead and hence, become the reason for this name to the Arrowhead plant. The foliage shows compact growth and the upright stem in the later years of growth transform into climbing stem.