Arrowhead Plant Propagation is easy when you know the right steps. Here are all the details on How to Propagate Syngonium!
Arrowhead Plant Propagation is quite easy, thanks to their soft thick stems and heavy foliage. Check out our guide on How to Propagate Syngonium and have multiple plants in no time!
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Arrowhead Plant Propagation
It is best to propagate Syngonium in summer or spring as the plant grows actively at this time of the year, increasing the chances of a successful propagation by a huge margin.
Although this plant is resilient and you can also try growing it almost any time throughout the year.
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How to Propagate Syngonium in Water?
- Use a clean pair of scissors to cut off 4-6 inches long stem cuttings from a healthy plant. Make sure it has 2-3 nodes and 2-3 leaves at the top. Cut off any leaves from the base.
- Place the cuttings into a vase filled with nonchlorinated water and keep it at a spot that receives 4-5 hours of bright but indirect sunlight.
- Refresh the water 1-3 times a week, depending on how dirty it gets. Give the vase a good scrub in case of algae growth.
- You’ll see new growth in 1-2 weeks.
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How to Propagate Syngonium in Soil?
- After taking the cutting, dip the end in a rooting hormone and plant it in a pot filled with seed starting or a well-draining potting mix.
- Moisten the growing medium and place the container at a spot where it gets bright but indirect light.
- The cuttings will form roots in 1-2 weeks, and you will start seeing new growth in 2-3 weeks.
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How to Propagate Syngonium Using Division?
This may not be a popular choice but division can be a good solution if you are repotting the plant.
- Take out the entire plant from the pot and carefully remove the excess soil from the rootball.
- Look for clumps, and using a sterilized knife, divide them into small sections in a way where each one gets a bit of root attached to it.
- That’s it! Now plant these clumps into individual pots in well-draining soil, water well, and keep in bright but indirect sunlight.
- For more details, watch the video here.
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Arrowhead Plant Care
- Arrowhead plants love bright but indirect sunlight. Keeping them in the mild morning sun for 2-3 hours will be greatly beneficial.
- You can keep the plants in the bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room as these places are more humid. You can also use pebble trays or install a humidifier.
- Add orchid bark, sphagnum moss, and potting soil in equal parts for best growth.
- Let the soil dry out a bit before you water the plants again.
- Use a balanced liquid fertilizer, diluted to 1/2 of its strength, once in 6-8 weeks.