The Syngonium Milk Confetti is a special plant with a striking appearance. The triangular leaves have a green with pink mottled pattern. The Syngonium Milk Confetti gets its name from the milky glow over the leaf with pink flecks that resemble confetti. With this color mix, every new leaf is a surprise! It is also interesting that this houseplant goes through different growth phases. The plant starts out very compact with small triangular leaves. Over time, the leaves become nicked and the plant begins to climb or drip.
The Syngonium Milk Confetti is naturally a climbing plant that is common in tropical rainforests. Specifically in the jungles of Mexico and South America, the plant can be found a lot. Because the Syngonium is a true climber by nature, it grows faster and better when it can climb indoors. He will then get mature (and larger!) leaves faster.
The juice in the leaves and stems of the Syngonium can be irritating to the skin. This plant can also be slightly poisonous when ingested, so be careful with pets and children. Syngoniums grow very quickly if they are placed in a good spot. By placing the plant in a place with a lot of indirect light, you ensure that the leaves retain their beautiful, pink leaf pattern. Keep the potting soil constantly slightly moist by regularly watering the Syngonium in small amounts.