A school of fish. Everytime I see syngoniums, I imagine having green fishes at home.
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Syngonium: A Perfect Feng Shui Plant
Commonly known, as Goosefoot, nephthytis or Syngonium podophyllum is a Feng Shui plant. This plant has a distinctive leaf, which changes from arrow shaped to a five lobed form as it matures. The five lobed shape represents the five elements; water, fire, earth, wood and metal thus provides the perfect balance of Yin Yang as the new leaves are shiny and the older ones are matte. It also cleanses the air.
Light: Does best in bright filtered light. It should never be subjected to direct sunlight, as that would scorch the leaves. If you notice more growth on one side then turn the pot because that side is likely to be receiving more light (this will even growth out).
Watering: Keep the soil moist during the growing period. Allow the plant to dry out slightly between waterings in winter.
Special Care: Clean the leaves every fortnight to free them from dust accumulation. It would also help a lot to mist the plant as often as possible with water. Pruning during summer will encourage new growth and make the plant bushier in appearance