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While is very light-sensitive, it is able to expand faster and display bright colors and vibrant markings when it is grown in indirect to moderately bright sunlight. The direct light of the sun can cause their leaves to become scorched. You may also grow this plant under artificial lighting when your house is vine plant vine identification by leaf. It is recommended for you to relocate your Arrowhead vines close to a light source in winter and be sure to rotate your Syngonium each when you water it, or take care in order to promote a full-bodied houseplant. Allow the houseplants to dry out a little between the watering. If they are left to dry out for longer periods their lower leaves could dry out and turn brown. Soak the soil, and allow the plant to rehydrate in the event that this occurs. If the soil remains wet for a long period of time it will change its leaves to yellow or brown. If an indoor plant is overwatered, the soil becomes extremely waterlogged, blocking oxygen from reaching the roots. The bog-like condition of the soil is a perfect habitat for diseases and bacteria. This is intended to prevent against overwatering your plants. Arrowhead Vines can thrive in the majority of household temperatures ranging. These plants don't like temperatures that drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. Be sure to keep your plants out of the drafts that can be found in doors and windows during winter.
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