Syngonium wendlandii

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Scientific Name
Syngonium wendlandii (Wendland's plant with carpels)

Common Name
Silver Goosefoot Plant, Velvety Syngonium

Tropical areas of South and Central America

This climbing or trailing Syngonium stands out by its arrowhead-shaped, velvety leaves with silver variegation in the centre. When they mature, the leaves become trisect, meaning the arrowhead shape gets so exaggerated that it almost looks like three separate leaves! Known as an easier-to-care-for plant than many Syngoniums, the wendlandii grows slowly but steadily, and will appreciate moist soil and a humid environment, and in return will even purify your air. Choose this species for its gorgeous, deep-green velvety leaves and watch it climb your bookshelf or trail froma hanging pot as it grows into your home.

Likes bright, indirect light; too little or too much light and you may lose the silver variegation, and too much direct sunlight will cause spindly growth.


Allow the top third of the soil to dry out in between watering; always allow to drain as this plant does not like sitting in soggy soil

Syngoniums love high humidity- they will benefit from frequent misting or the introduction of a humidity tray.


Use a moisture-retentive, well-draining mix to keep this thirsty plant happy but not too soggy.

Feed every four waters in the growing season, reduce to every six in autumn and winter.


Average household temperatures of about 18-26°C are perfect- make sure it doesn't drop below 12°C in winter.

No, this plant is toxic to pets and small humans.

Sprouts Top Tips
If the tips of the leaves are browning, it is probably too dry for your plant; try misting it or making a humidity tray to increase humidity!

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Decorative pots are sold separately and can be found here.

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