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When should I prune my Arrowhead plant?

Arrowhead plant
Syngonium podophyllum
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You can prune your Arrowhead plant any time you notice dead, diseased, or damaged leaves during the growing season. Once you notice such a leave, locate an unwanted leaf, then follow its stem all the way to the bottom of petiole. Removing dead stems will increase the light and ventilation of the plant and help it to grow. you can cut its stem just above the soil’s surface to remove it. Such pruning can take place as needed during spring and summer. Also, this plant can bloom any time between spring and fall, and some gardeners choose to remove flower buds before they have a chance to open. Removing unopened flower buds allows this plant to focus most of its growing energy on its beautiful leaves. However, pruning in this manner does not necessarily influence the plant’s overall health.
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Arrowhead plant (Syngonium podophyllum)
Arrowhead plant
A species of Syngonium, Also known as American evergreen, Goosefoot
Botanical name: Syngonium podophyllum
Genus: Syngonium
Description
Arrowhead plant (Syngonium podophyllum) is a beautiful foliage plant, one of the most popular species of the Araceae family. Due to its air purifying qualities and good looks, arrowhead plant is often cultivated as a houseplant. Every part of this plant is toxic, so it's best to keep it away from kids and pets.
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Syngonium plants of Araceae (Syngonium spp.) are good indoor foliage plants with excellent adaptability, easy cultivation, and simple care. New leaves are mostly arrowhead shaped and become parted gradually, resulting in more shapes. Rarely blooming when cultivated, they are perennial evergreen woody vines that climb, with aerial roots on the stem nodes.
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