submitted by Marek Argent, on July 28, 2006
I got it as S. hoffmannii, but I think it's not this species, comparing to other photos on the web.
|2006-09-15||González Alberto||Syngonium podophyllum|
Now I'd like to know the cultivar's name.
|The leaves are highly variable. Below: photos showing their variability.|
All photos show the same specimen.
|A small leaf from an offset from the ground.||First leaf from a shortened stem|
has usually more distinct white venation.
|A leaf of a plant growing in poor light conditions.||A typical, adolescent leaf.|
|After a few years the leaves become trisect.|
And they lose the white venation.
|My plant in October 2003. All new leaves are|
trisect and entirely green.
|Leaves of my plant in 2004.|
|The stem easily roots in the stake.||Yet another photo of the leaf |
taken in December of 2004