Description For Syngonium Pixie With Self Watering Pot
How to grow Syngonium PixiePlant Description: Syngonium Pixie is an indoor ornamental foliage creeper, suitable for small pots & trellises. It is a small plant, featuring heart shaped leaves with white-green variegation. Syngonium Pixie is most suitable for green walls, hanging baskets, terrariums, bottle gardens, dish gardens & other tabletop miniature gardening use.
Botanical Name: Syngonium podophyllum
Plant type: Ornamental foliage plant, indoor plant, ground cover plant.
Growth Habit: Perennial creeper/climber.
Growth Rate: Quick growing plant.
Average Landscape Size: Syngonium Pixie should be planted at a distance of 1.5 x 1.5 ft for ground cover.
How to care for Syngonium PixieSoil: Syngonium Pixie is not very fussy and particular about soil. It can be grown in well drained sandy soil or coco peat.
Pot Size: Plant Syngonium Pixie in a 8 to 12 inch round pot.
Potting/Transplanting: Transplant the Syngonium Pixie saplings in a container along with root-ball of the original soil. Carefully place the plant in the middle of the pot & cover the roots completely with the remaining soil.
Repotting: Change the pot every year. Use bigger sized pot each time you repot the plant.
Sunlight: Syngonium Pixie can grow in full shade (indoors) or partial sunlight (outdoors). Direct sunlight will burn the foliage & stunt the growth of the plant.
Water: Syngonium Pixie must be kept well watered throughout. Maintain the soil evenly moist, but allow it to dry out between watering sessions.
Fertiliser: Add rich compost/ leaf mould & well rotten cow dung while potting the Syngonium Pixie plant.
Temperature: Syngonium Pixie prefers pleasant warm temperatures. Its minimum temperature requirements are 15 degrees Celsius.
Humidity: Syngonium Pixie likes hot & humid climate.
Pruning: Train the Syngonium Pixie climber to grow in desired direction & shape by cutting off the unwanted growth.
Propagation: Propagating Syngonium Pixie is easy from cuttings. The plants root from nodes wherever they touch the ground. Plantlets can be easily split from the base.
Companion Plants: Ferns, Dracaena, Aralia, Spathiphyllum, Rhoeo.
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