Syngonium wendlandii is a perennial plant from the Araceae family, popularly known as "Philodendron wendlandii", although it is not part of the Philodendron genus. It is native to Central and South America.
This plant is appreciated for its beautiful leaves, which tend to be elongated and have a dark green color with a velvety texture. The edges of the leaves are serrated and the tips are sharp. When they are young, the leaves are a lighter green, becoming darker as they mature.
Syngonium wendlandii is a fast-growing plant that develops well both in diffused light conditions and in semi-shade. It prefers well-drained soil, moist but not waterlogged, and high humidity. The plant can be easily propagated by cuttings or division.
Interestingly, this plant is known for its ability to clean the air, eliminating certain toxic substances such as formaldehyde and benzene.
Height with pots included approx. 12 cm