01-03-2020, 09:03 AM
Join Date: Dec 2018
Location: Hayward ca
| | Re: Syngonium to help polish water...
LOL..great! Pothos...I tried years ago. In fact you can see it on DAVES GARDEN.com under Pothos and my photo is bayarea tropics. You can see it grew much larger than average leaves for an indoor plant. Only,Pothos glued itself to that wall...I had pry it off,with the roots stuck. Later,I had to sand and repainted that wall ( and room) to remove all the evidence. Also,Pothos is rangy...Syngonium is not despite being a vine. I mean,it will eventually get viney but it's simple to trim and next thing you know,it's looking like a shrub growing out of your tank.
GG one tip: Dose with iron. Not only is it good for aquarium plants,it will make that Pothos a deep green,faster growing and thicker leaves. huh,that last sounded like a shampoo commercial
Keep us apprised on how its going. Really won't be a long wait before you see water roots and new growth. I started with just small cuttings like that..maybe four that had some roots. All that and more since late summer.
If you have that tank in a sunroom,your are destined for great success GG!