Syngonium is also known as Arrowhead Plants, or Nepthyt, make excellent indoor plants. Syngonium have leaves that are almost white, green & white, and various shades of pink or burgundy. Due to arrow shape of the leaves it called arrowhead. Cut the long runners and growth tips of plants and you can use them on tables or stand them on the floor. When left untrimmed, Arrowhead Houseplants make beautiful hanging plants. Syngonium Plant with green leaves can live in low to medium light and other varieties with white, pink, or burgundy leaves need medium to high light. The leaves become “Bleached” and turn an ugly gray-green color when placed in the direct sun. Water an Arrowhead Houseplant well and then allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering again. An Arrowhead Plant droops when it needs water, but perks up quickly. When over- watered, an Arrowhead Plant develops root rot and may die. Grow arrowhead plant (nephthytis) in low- or medium-light spots. Most varieties of this low-light houseplant can grow in brighter light, as long as they’re not exposed to too much direct sun, especially in hot-summer climates. Arrowhead plant can suffer from sunburn — white, bleached areas on the leaves — in direct sun. Water arrowhead plant when the soil surface starts to dry. This plant likes to be on the moist side, but not wet or soggy. Fertilizing arrowhead plant isn’t necessarily, but if you’d like to, use a houseplant fertilizer in spring and summer following the directions on the product’s packaging. You do not need to fertilize arrowhead plant in winter. Prune arrowhead plant any time you like. By pinching off new growth, you’ll encourage arrowhead plant to stay full and bushy instead of becoming a climbing vine.