When should I repot my arrowhead plant?

Best time to repot an Arrowhead Plant
Like all houseplants, spring & summer are the ideal times. If you live in a climate with temperate winters like me, early fall is fine. In a nutshell, you want to get it done at least 6 weeks before the colder weather sets in.
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Do arrowhead plants like to be root bound?

Like all leafy plants, the syngonium needs to have its leaves sponged clean with soapy water at least once a month. Remove yellowing leaves by cutting them back to the stem. Give this plant a frequent quarter turn to encourage symmetrical growth. This is one plant that does not like to be root bound.
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What kind of soil is best for arrowhead plant?

A chunky, well-draining potting mix will help your Arrowhead thrive. We like to use a mix of potting soil, orchid bark, and perlite. They like to stay moist, so you can give your Arrowhead a good soak and let it dry out a little before watering again.
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Does Arrowhead need soil?

How to care for an arrowhead plant: Arrowhead plants should be planted in well draining, acidic soil, and kept in humid conditions at temperatures of 60°F to 85°F. Water infrequently but thoroughly once the top inch of soil is dry, and fertilize monthly through the growing season.
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How do I keep my Arrowhead Plant bushy?

Prune an arrowhead plant by cutting the long vines of the plant to within 6-8 inches of the soil line. Shortening the long vines helps the plant become full and bushy. You should also pinch off the growing tips a few times a year.
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Why is my Arrowhead Plant falling over?

The most common causes for your Arrowhead plant drooping are overwatering and underwatering. Other possible causes include low humidity levels, insufficient lighting, fertilizer issues, or temperature stress. It is crucial to correctly identify the problem in order to fix your plant.
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How much water do arrowheads need?

Water when the top 50%-75% of the soil is dry. Water until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot and discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer. Your Arrowhead Plant prefers temperatures between 65-80 degrees during the day and above 60 degrees at night.
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Why are my arrowhead leaves curling?

Curling leaves is a common problem that affects most houseplant, including Syngonium . The main cause of leaf curling in Syngonium is low humidity, improper watering, too much light, lack of nutrients, extreme temperature, or over-fertilizing.
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Is Arrowhead a good indoor plant?

Arrowhead vine is only viable outdoors in USDA hardiness zones 10 through 12, so in most locations in the United States, it is grown year-round as a houseplant. The vine does best if left relatively alone, making it a great pick for novice gardeners or those who just forget to tend to their in-home garden frequently.
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Do arrowhead plants need a moss pole?

Because they're natural climbers, arrowhead plants can be trained to climb a trellis, moss pole, or other support. You can also keep the plant in a hanging basket and allow the elegant vines to trail down.
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How big do arrowhead plants get?

Size. Grows to a lush 15”. If smaller size is preferred, cut o all climbing stems that develop and the Arrowhead will remain bushy.
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Can I put my arrowhead plant outside?

Temperature: The arrowhead plant can survive outdoors in Hardiness Zones 10 and 11, but because they do well as houseplants, bring arrowhead plants indoors if temperatures dip below 35 degrees Fahrenheit.
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Where do you cut arrowheads to propagate?

An Arrowhead plant can be propagated from cuttings in either water or soil. Cut a 6-12 inch section of the stem just below a node. Plant in moist soil or put the stem directly in water. New roots will appear within 1-2 weeks and new leaves after about 4 weeks.
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Can arrowhead plant live in water?

As long as you take good care of arrowhead plants, they can grow indefinitely in water. At some point, as the plant matures, growth will slow down. Keeping the jar clean and replacing the water regularly as well as fertilizing the plant will keep it healthy. Pruning it regularly will also encourage new growth.
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What can I do with a leggy Arrowhead plant?

Regular pruning is the easiest way to keep an arrowhead container plant look bushier and less leggy. Trimming this plant is fairly simple. To prune your arrowhead, simply trim the stems off to the length you want them to be. Make sure you have sharp, clean pruning shears to work with.
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How do you make Syngonium leaves bigger?

Prune and Pinch

To promote bushier growth, do some light pinching and pruning regularly. Take shears and cut off long stems growing outwards. Always cut the vine just above or close to the leaf. If you have a big arrowhead plant, trimming from time to time will make it dense.
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Why is my Arrowhead plant getting brown spots?

Arrowhead plants can be susceptible to leaf spot disease. The attacking fungus or bacteria leaves brown spots trimmed in yellow where it is feeding on the leaves. These spots may vary in shape, color, and size.
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Do arrowhead plants like grow lights?

Arrowhead plants can grow in low light but will grow slower and might end up looking leggy with leaves spaced further apart. If you want a more bushy-looking Arrowhead plant you will have to give it some more light. Harsh sun can burn the leaves, so keep it out of direct sun.
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Does arrowhead plant purify air?

Excellent Air Purifier

This beautiful plant is not just eye-candy but also has the quality to clean the indoor air you breathe! Syngonium can remove VOCs such as formaldehyde, benzene, toluene, and xylene. The plant has also been approved as an air purifier by researchers at NASA.
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Are arrowhead plants dramatic?

An arrowhead plant is a great choice for beginners and veteran gardeners alike. It's a relatively low-maintenance, drama-free plant. These plants come in many different varieties and are versatile in use.
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Does arrowhead plant have flowers?

The flowers of Arrowhead occur in whorls of three on an elongated inflorescence borne above the water surface. Each flower has three white petals and either a cluster of yellow pollen-bearing stamens or numerous flattened pistils that will ripen into achenes.
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How do you make a thrive arrowhead plant?

Aside from frequent watering, it is important to spray your plant with a light mist of water periodically. This will help the level of humidity surrounding your tropical plant to remain stable. The arrowhead is a tropical plant, so it thrives in humid climates above 60 F, but can survive as slightly lower temperatures.
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