Large Syngonium angustatum
Syngonium angustatum are part of the Araceae family and are native to Mexico, Brazil and Bolivia. The more common Syngonium are of the podophyllum species. The angustatum is also called the 'Five Fingers' and 'Little Star' and gains lobed leaves much more quickly than podophyllum.
This plant was grown by Casita Verde from a leafless stem. The plant has lovely variegated leaves with awesome lobed structure with multiple leaflets. This larger specimen is well on its way to maturation and comes potted in a 6 inch nursery pot. The plant itself is well attached and trained up a bamboo pole. Plant height is 20 inches.