Syngonium Ice Frost

Syngonium macrophyllum


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Caring Tips


Once weekly. Allow potting mix to dry out before watering. Soil about 3,5cm down should be dry to touch. Water more frequently during warmer months and fertilise during growth season. Generally, the plant will droop to show that it needs more water. Do not overwater or keep the soil wet for too long, as this will encourage root rot. If leaves are yellowing due to overwatering, skip a week or two of watering.


Medium light but can tolerate low light. Avoid too much direct sun. Dappled sunlight is ideal. Can withstand 3 hours of direct sunlight.


Syngonium Macrophyllum,  also know as ice frost due to its ‘frosty’ leave coloration that looks almost iridescent, is an easy to grow plant from the Aracae family. As the plant ages it will begin to vine, therefore putting it in a hanging basket or letting it grow on a brass chain support might be a good idea!
These lovely rare climbing plants are native to Mexico, Brazil and Bolivia. Syngonium Ice Frost are characterised by their big heart shaped leaves and their frosted appearance, hense the nickname!