I’m one of the lucky ones that got a half moon variegation on my milk confetti, although rare – you can still buy it on the market due to lower demand for syngoniums as compared to other more popular plant types, like variegated monsteras.
Where is the Syngonium “milk confetti” from?
Syngonium “milk confetti” is a beautiful tropical vine with pastel hues and a milky green base color foliage that is found naturally in South America’s rainforests. This plant flourishes under the canopy protection of the trees to which it climbs naturally.
The Syngonium genus includes plants with arrow-shaped leaves that trail and have a fast growth pattern, but there are several different kinds to select from, each with its own pattern and hue. This might make distinguishing similar yet distinct species difficult.
How to Care for Milk Confetti?
How to Care for Syngonium “Milk Confetti”
If you’re looking for a plant that is both unique and easy to care for, the Syngonium “Milk Confetti” is a great option. They are generally headache-free & beginner-friendly and require minimal care.
Bright indirect light will enable the best variegation results in my experience (Which resulted in my half moon leaf.)
Syngoniums may be propagated by cutting off stems with nodes and sticking them in water or soil. Both are highly effective and simple to do. Before taking a cutting from your plant, make sure it is healthy enough to survive.
Well-draining soils are required, as these plants like to be well-moisturized without being soaked at the bottom.
Where to buy a milk confetti Syngonium?
If you are interested in owning a Syngonium Milk Confetti, it is for sale on Etsy. Price may varies season to season.