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Syngonium Mojito

Syngonium Mojito

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Ready for sale Syngonium Mojito plant. Can ship to ASIA, USA, CANADA EUROPE legalized with Phytosanitary Certificate. Get special price for Wholesale and Free shipping for purchase over $500. Buy online Syngonium Mojito at PLANTAROID with safe and protected payments.

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About Syngonium Mojito

Syngonium is from the Araceae family. Native to Central and South America. Syngonium mojito has arrow-shaped leaves with dark green spots on the leaf surface. This plant has long leaf stalks one main stem as a place for the growth of the petiole. Syngoniums are generally vines so when the plants are mature, regular pruning is required to keep the plants looking neat. Syngonium mojito has a fast and lush growth so that the propagation of this plant can also be done in a shorter time compared to other types of ornamental plants.

Syngonium Mojito Plant Care

Growing Media and Light Requirements

The Syngonium Mojito plant prefers an acidic potting medium with a pH level between 5.5 and 6.5. The potting soil should be rich in nutrients and have very good drainage. The worst thing for a syngonium plant is to be in soil that is too moist or soggy. The ideal potting mix should be a combination of potting soil, peat moss and perlite. The materials for the perfect potting soil must mimic their natural habitat. Organic materials such as peat moss provide essential minerals and nutrients. The peat also helps retain enough moisture to moisten the roots. Materials such as perlite, charcoal, or bark chips help keep the soil loose so it drains better. Light intensity is the most recognizable enemy. Avoid placing it in direct sunlight. This means you can put it in a slightly shaded area on the lawn. The best location to grow the Syngonium Mojito plant is on an east or north facing windowsill, or in a west or south facing room away from windows. The syngonium plant is also an excellent shower plant because it thrives in moist conditions and is not fussy with light. You can also grow this plant in a hanging pot in a shady corner of the room.

Water Requirements

Proper watering is very important to support the healthy growth of the syngonium mojito plant. You only need to water the plant after the top soil has dried. In dry seasons, you may have to water the plants once a week or so. During the rainy season months, you'll need to water it less frequently.

Temperature & Humidity Requirement

Average room temperatures are ideal for syngonium plants to thrive indoors. Grow your Syngonium Mojito plants at a uniform temperature between 15 °C to 26 °C. For faster growth, it is best not to let the room temperature drop below 18°C. A warm room usually means you have to water your plants more often.

Fertilizer Requirement, Disease and Pest

Fertilize syngonium mojito monthly with a nutritious liquid home fertilizer. The syngonium plant is not a big eater and only needs nutrients and minerals during its growing period. You can also use chemical fertilizers such as NPK in small doses. Ornamental plant pests such as spider mites and mealybugs can attack Syngonium mojito plants. You can prevent this common plant pest by keeping humidity levels high. If you see signs of pests on your houseplants, try using an insecticide to get rid of them naturally. Root rot is the most common type of disease affecting the growth of the syngonium mojito plant. You can easily avoid root rot by watering your plants properly.

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