Syngonium are a pretty versatile variety of plants with white and green variegations on the leaves. Its attractive arrowhead vines spread like creepers, adorning the walls beautifully. They make great centerpieces or hanging plants. The leaves of Syngonium keep changing colours depending on the level of light they receive.
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- Their slow-growing nature and interesting appearance make the smaller varieties excellent choices as houseplants. Agaves do very well in dry indoor winter environments, though you must be able to give them plenty of sunlight.
- It's low on the glycemic index (GI) . If you have diabetes, a low-GI diet may help you control your blood sugar. Growers who live in areas with chilly winter temperatures typically grow the plant outdoors when the weather is nice and bring it indoors during winter.
Q1. Why are the leaves of my Syngonium burning?
Direct sunlight can burn Syngonium's foliage, resulting in bleached leaves. It can also stall growth and hence it is important to keep them in indirect, yet brightly lit areas.
Q2. What causes brown spots on Syngonium leaves?
Leaf spots are caused by the fungus Myrothecium roridum. To prevent this condition, stop fertilizing the plant immediately as you see the spots. Instead, use a good quality fungicide and keep the Syngonium watered.
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