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Syngonium Podophyllum Albo Variegata


Name: Daniel (Tall 2 Leaves) - 4" pot

  • Daniel (Tall 2 Leaves) - 4" pot
  • Noah (Light Variegation) - 4" pot
  • Zack (Tall) - 4" pot

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Syngonium podophyllum albo-variegatum “Marble” is a variegated dark green arrowhead with white and yellow marbled leaves. It is a rare plant collectors love to have in their collection because it’s so beautiful but so easy to grow. It needs a bright indirect light, and water whenever the top layer of soil feels dry. We recommend putting this on a moss pole or trellis.

* You will receive ONE (1) 4" plant in nursery pot, unless stated otherwise. Refer to our FAQ for more information.

Syngonium Podophyllum Albo Variegata Care

Syngonium AlboWatering

Water every 5-7 days when top 2" of soil is dry. Keep soil moist but not soaking wet.


Medium indirect sunlight or 5-7 hours under grow lights. 


65°F - 75°F 

Soil Mix

Peat Moss, Perlite, Orchid Bark, Charcoal


Keep humidity medium to high at 60 - 75%. Higher humidity will help new growing leaves unfurl faster.


Every 4 weeks in summer and every 12 weeks in winter


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happy with new plant

I'm happy with my new syngonium albo. Been looking for one that is NOT imported because I had a bad nightmare with the experience. First time buying a plant here and everything went smoothly. No nightmare. Plant came in great condition. Excited to buy another plant from this store.

Gorgeous plant - Arrived in flawless condition

Gorgeous plant - Arrived in flawless condition. Beautiful albo varieagation and very happy I took a leap of faith to buy from this store. Also comes with a free msytery cutting! Score!

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