Common Varieties: Pink Splash; Bold Allusion; Neon Robusta; White Butterfly; etc
Common Name: Arrowhead Vine; Arrowhead Plant, Nephthytis
Scientific Name: Syngonium podophyllum
Light: Bright, indirect light; Diffused light is best, as harsh rays can burn or bleach the delicate leaves and vines
Water: Prefers warm and humid conditions; Partially dry between watering but water regularly
Care: Relatively easy houseplant to care for—it will thrive under the same conditions as its very popular relative, the philodendron. Used as trailing plants once mature and can be trained up a pole or moss stick for added visual interest. Alternately, you can pinch new growth to maintain the young plant's upright stems.
Details: Pretty trailing or climbing vine that tends to grow quickly under the right conditions. The arrowhead vine's leaf structure changes as it matures, going from a simple arrow shape to a deeply lobed or divided mature leaf. Its leaves can vary in hue depending on their age, ranging from dark green and white to lime green and bright pink.