Syngonium can tolerate bright light but prefer partial shade. If your Syngonium is getting leggy and reaching towards the light source, try relocating it closer to a window. Avoid direct light that could burn the leaves.
Syngonium prefer to be kept on the dry side, avoid soggy soil by waiting until the top inch or two of soil has dried out before watering.
High humidity environments help Syngonium to thrive! Try misting with water occasionally or wiping down the leaves with a damp cloth to increase the humidity.
Syngonium prefer to be on the slightly warmer side, and prefer a range from 60-80 degrees Fahrenheit.
Fertilize with a standard houseplant fertilizer once a month during the growing season, and half as often in the winter and fall. If the leaves are looking crispy at the tips, dilute your fertilizer to half strength.
Syngonium are toxic to dogs and cats. Avoid putting them in reach of animals.