No.. I am talking about syngonium. I want to remove the babies from syngonium plant. I think you started from cutting or you grow syngonium as a hydroponic plant...I will remove these babies with roots so there won't be necessary to keep in water for rooting🙂🙂 thank you reply friend. @KariSamuel
I’m not sure which one is the syngonium but if it’s the one in the back with all the variegated leaves. I’ve always tried to follow it in the dirt and get some root and if it’s not much root I put it in a glass of water and let it get more roots or just dip it in root hormone and put it in good soil. But the back one will grow for you it’s a tuff plant just do it before it gets to hot and I keep mine in shade until they get settled from the transplant.
Sorry I was just researching your syngonium. We call them arrowhead but the proper name is what you have and yes find a couple nice cutting and put them in water their alittle slow about rooting in water but they do great I also put some in dirt but I do try to get alittle root when I do it that way. They will also grow up a piece of wood like some philodendrons do, if you have the patience but I’ve made a few from my mother plant. Their on my profile. Good luck let us share in it’s growing
Yeah we also called arrowhead as a common name but due our study field our teachers tell us that must use scientific name/ Botanical name anywhere so that's why I wrote Syngonium. Yeah it can grow both in water as a hydrophytic plant and in soil also as mesophytic plant. @terrimclaughlin
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