Syngonium Pink Live Plant With White Self-Watering Pot

Syngonium Pink Live Plant With White Self-Watering Pot

Kyari Syngonium Pink Live Plant With White Self-Watering Pot | Feng Shui Plant | Good Luck | Durable Plastic Pot | Home And Office Decor | Indoor Plants

Size of the pot : 11.5 cm height | Pot material : Plastic | Pot colour : White | Name of the plant : Syngonium Pink | Special features : Air purification, Durable, Good luck | Suitable for : Living room, bedroom, office, indoor garden, balcony and more.

As the planter is made of plastic, it is durable. The self-watering pot keeps the plant hydrated and the fertilised coco peat soil protects the plant from bacteria and keeps it safe from pests.

The self-watering pot stores any excess water in the reservoir underneath. The roots then absorb the water via capillary action. The self-watering pot makes it easier to care for the plant as the plants can get water as and when required from the reservoir and you will have to water it less. As these require minimal care, they are the perfect plants for your office or home. The reservoir will prevent any spillage or leakage from the pot onto your desk or tabletop.

Syngonium Pink plant works as an air purifier. It has a beautiful foliage of arrow-shaped leaves with pink colour on the top and green colour underneath. It absorbs pollutants from the air thereby cleaning the air. It is believed to create a balance between Yin and Yang energy in Feng Shui.

Syngonium Pink Plant thrives in bright indirect sunlight. It should be watered twice a week in summer and once every 2 weeks in winter. The soil used is Coco peat which is anti-fungal in nature. Coco peat keeps the soil loose and airy allowing the roots to grow better resulting in better plant growth. Keep the plants in bright indirect sunlight for least 6 hours per day.

I have gorgeous pink leaves with green color underneath them and an arrow-like shape. My beautiful foliage of leaves makes me a great addition to your home. Care for me by placing me in moderate to bright indirect sunlight and giving me an adequate amount of water. I need water twice a week in summer and once every 2 weeks in winter.

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