26 Pink Syngonium Varieties

If you love plants with unique and striking foliage, consider growing some pink Syngonium varieties.

These tropical plants, also known as arrowhead vines or pink splash plants, are part of the Araceae family. They are known for their arrow-shaped leaves and pink variegation patterns. 

We’ve extensively researched popular pink Syngonium varieties like Syngonium Pink Spot,  Pink Splash, and Neon Robusta, to rarer arrowhead varieties like Milk Confetti and Erythrophyllum.

We have 26 distinct pink Syngonium varieties for you to explore in this article. You’ll learn about their features, benefits, care tips, and where to purchase them.

Pink Syngonium Plant

Pink Syngoniums have arrow-shaped leaves and pink variegation patterns, which give them their nickname of “pink splash” plants. These low-maintenance plants are perfect for indoor gardens, preferring bright indirect light and well-draining soil. 

Most pink Syngonium plants can tolerate low light but may lose their pinkish veins and bushier appearance. To keep your pink Syngonium healthy, avoid overwatering, as this can lead to root rot. Pink Syngonium prefers balanced liquid fertilizer for growth and vibrant colors. 

Pink Syngoniums in South American rainforests have adapted to warm temperatures and high soil moisture. However, they can thrive indoors if they receive enough light and are kept away from direct sunlight.

If you want to propagate your pink arrowhead plant, stem cutting is the best option. With proper care, your pink Syngonium can grow into a beautiful trailing plant with heart-shaped, patterned foliage that adds color to any space.

Pink Syngonium Varieties

You will learn  26 pink Syngonium varieties below. We have included pictures and detailed how to grow and care for them successfully.

1. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Berry Allusion’

Syngonium podophyllum 'Berry Allusion'

Berry Allusion is a stunning pink Syngonium cultivar with light green leaves and pinkish veins and midribs. Its heart shaped leaves have a velvety texture. Berry Allusion is a compact and bushy plant that can grow up to 18 inches tall. This pink Syngonium plant is attractive and easy to grow. 

To grow ‘Berry Allusion,’ give it bright but indirect light, moist but well-drained soil, and moderate humidity. Water it when the top inch of the soil feels dry, and fertilize it every two weeks during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer.

The pink Berry Allusion also purifies the air by removing toxins such as formaldehyde and benzene. Prune it regularly to maintain its shape and size.

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2. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Bold Allusion’

Syngonium podophyllum 'Bold Allusion'

The pink Syngonium podophyllum ‘Bold Allusion’ has distinctive foliage that changes shape and color as it matures.

The young plants are heart-shaped and have a light green color with pink veins. As the plant grows, the leaves become more arrow-shaped and develop a deeper green color with white or cream markings.

However, the plant is susceptible to mealybugs, spider mites, aphids, and scale insects. These can be prevented by keeping the plant clean and dust-free and spraying it with a mild soap solution or neem oil.

It is a great plant to display in your home or garden. You can grow it in a pot or a hanging basket or let it trail along a shelf or a trellis.

You can also create a terrarium with ‘Bold Allusion’ and other tropical plants, such as ferns, mosses, or orchids.

3. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Confetti’

 Syngonium podophyllum 'Confetti'

‘Confetti’ is a stunning variegated syngonium plant with colorful leaves. The foliage resembles an arrowhead plant with a mix of pink splash, white, and green hues. This pink syngonium is also known as the arrowhead vine or the goosefoot plant.

The plant thrives in moist and well-drained soil rich in organic matter. It prefers bright indirect light and can tolerate low light conditions.

The plant should be watered regularly but not overwatered, to avoid root rot.

The pink Syngonium Confetti is a beautiful plant that can add color and texture to any home or garden.

The plant can be displayed in various ways, such as in terrariums or hanging baskets. It can also be trained to climb a trellis or a moss pole.

4. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Cream Allusion’

Syngonium podophyllum 'Cream Allusion'

‘Cream Allusion,’ also known as Arrowhead Vine, is a stunning and low-maintenance pink Syngonium podophyllum that can add a touch of elegance and color to any space. 

This pink syngonium variety has light green leaves with dark green edges and pink veins, making it a beautiful addition to any room.

The pink Syngonium podophyllum also has air-purifying properties, making it a great choice for improving indoor air quality.

Research suggests that pink Syngonium varieties can remove harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene from the air.

5. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Exotic Allusion’

Syngonium podophyllum 'Exotic Allusion'

‘Exotic Allusion’ is an excellent syngonium podophyllum for indoor plant enthusiasts who want to add a touch of elegance to their homes.

The plant has light green foliage beautifully flushed with creamy white, creating a subtle yet stunning contrast. 

The back of the leaves is a shade darker, with a satin-like sheen, adding to its visual appeal. The leaf margins have a striking dark green outline, highlighting its uniqueness.

The ‘Exotic Allusion’ can grow up to 36 inches tall and 18 inches wide, making this pink syngonium variety ideal for tabletops or shelves. Watering should be moderate, and the soil should dry out slightly between waterings.

6. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Freckles’

 Syngonium podophyllum 'Freckles'

This cultivar of Syngonium podophyllum has light green leaves with dark green spots that resemble freckles.

The leaves are arrow-shaped and have a velvety texture. The back of the leaves and the leaf margins are reddish-pink, adding more contrast and interest.

‘Freckles’ is a versatile and attractive arrowhead plant that can add a touch of tropical flair to any space. It can reach up to 1.5 m (4.9 ft) in height and width but can be pruned back to maintain a compact shape.

It is also an air purifier that can remove toxins from the indoor environment. However, it is toxic if ingested, so keep it away from pets and children.

7. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Holly M’

 Syngonium podophyllum 'Holly M'

If you want a stunning houseplant with silver-white leaves and a green margin, consider Syngonium podophyllum ‘Holly M’. Unlike some pink Syngonium varieties, ‘Holly M’ is a non-vining type  with a compact and bushier appearance. 

The plant does not need much fertilizer, but a monthly dose of diluted liquid fertilizer during the growing season can boost its growth and health.

The plant will produce aerial roots that can attach to surfaces or help absorb moisture from the air.

Syngonium podophyllum ‘Holly M’ is a versatile and attractive plant that can fit any home, office, or outdoor setting. It can reach up to 36 inches tall and wide, depending on how you grow it. It has a unique and eye-catching appearance that will make you love it.

8. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Golden Illusion’

 Syngonium podophyllum 'Golden Illusion'

Syngonium podophyllum ‘Golden Illusion’ is a stunning plant with arrow-shaped foliage, a golden yellow hue, and pinkish veins. The back of the leaves are greener with a purple tinge. The leaf margins are also slightly wavy, adding some texture to the plant.

Syngonium ‘Golden Illusion’ can reach up to 72 inches tall and wide if allowed to climb on support.

However, you can also keep it compact by pruning it regularly. Water it when the top inch of soil feels dry, and fertilize it monthly during the growing season.

Its vibrant colors will add interest to your home or office. It can also be grown outdoors in warm and frost-free climates. However, be careful not to let it escape into natural areas, as it can become invasive.

Although it is ‘Imperial White,’ the plant is a pink syngonium variety. It has stunning white leaves decorated with streaks of pale green variegation on the midrib and veins.

The leaves are arrowhead-shaped in young plants but become lobed or divided as they mature.

9. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Imperial White’

 Syngonium podophyllum 'Imperial White'

‘Imperial White’ likes moist but well-drained soil; you should water it when the top inch of soil feels dry. You can feed it monthly with a balanced fertilizer during the growing season.

However, most syngonium varieties are poisonous and can irritate the skin and mouth. Therefore, do not ingest any part of the arrowhead plant. 

Still, providing the right conditions and care will be a great addition to your home or office.

10. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Maria Allusion’

 Syngonium podophyllum 'Maria Allusion'

Maria Allusion is a popular pink Syngonium variety. The leaves have a mix of green and bronze colors, and a pink allusion spreading from the midrib and veins. It is also known as a butterfly plant because it resembles butterfly wings. 

It needs regular watering, especially in summer and spring, but make sure the soil is well-drained and not soggy. You can use a potting mix of orchid bark, perlite, and regular soil for optimal drainage and aeration. 

Maria Allusion can reach up to 36 inches tall and wide and climb, trail, or hang, depending on how you train it.

It is a flowering plant producing white aroid-type flowers if given enough light and humidity. It thrives in temperatures between 60 to 80 °F but avoid cold drafts or strong light. 

11. Syngonium macrophyllum: Macrophyllus Pink Spot

Syngonium macrophyllum: Macrophyllus Pink Spot

This pink Syngonium variety has leathery leaves with a bright emerald-green color and pink spots. The back of the leaves is also pink, adding more charm to this plant. The leaf margins are slightly wavy, giving it a textured look.

Macrophyllus Pink Spot can grow up to 120 inches long in its natural habitat. It is best to water it only when the soil’s top 2 inches is dry. Fertilize it once a month during spring and summer. 

The Pink Spot plant can tolerate humidity and temperatures between 64 and 95°F. It will do well in any room with enough light but avoid placing it near drafts or air conditioners. Syngonium pink spot is easy to propagate by stem cuttings to share with friends or family.

12. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Mango Allusion’

 Syngonium podophyllum 'Mango Allusion'

Mango Allusion is a pink Syngonium variety with arrow-shaped leaves that are pale green with peach-pink tones and violet veins. The back of the leaves is a bright shade of pink, while the leaf margins have a contrasting green color, making it a true eye-catcher.

‘Mango Allusion’ grows well in most indoor gardens. The pink plant can reach up to 14 inches tall and wide and can be trained to climb on a trellis or a moss pole. It can also be pruned to give it a compact and bushier appearance. It is an ideal plant for a shaded patio or a terrarium.

However, be careful when handling this pink syngonium, as it contains calcium oxalate crystals that can irritate your skin and mouth. So, keep it away from your pets.

13. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Milk Confetti’

Syngonium podophyllum 'Milk Confetti'

‘Milk Confetti’ is a rare and stunning pink Syngonium variety to add to your collection. Its leaves are arrow-shaped, with a milky green base and pink speckles. It is native to the South American rainforests.

To keep Milk Confetti healthy and happy, fertilize it with a balanced liquid fertilizer every two weeks. It would help if you also pruned any leggy stems to maintain their compact shape. 

This pink Syngonium is perfect in hanging baskets, pots, or terrariums. It can also climb up a moss pole or a trellis if you want to show off its trailing habit. The variegated Syngonium will add a touch of elegance and charm to any indoor garden with its pink colors.

14. Syngonium ‘Neon Robusta’

 Syngonium 'Neon Robusta'

Syngonium Neon Robusta is a pink Syngonium variety with light green to rosy-pink or neon-green foliage. It is one of the brightest varieties of the arrowhead vine family, and it can grow as a bushy plant, a climber, or a terrarium plant. 

Its foliage is glossy and changes shape as it matures. Juveniles have heart-shaped leaves, while the mature leaves are pink with a five-lobed shape. The back of the pink leaves is bright green, and the leaf margins are slightly wavy.

The pink Syngonium ‘Neon Robusta’ is a versatile and vibrant plant that can brighten any space with its pink foliage. Its soft pink hues will also create a relaxing and soothing atmosphere.

15. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Pink Flecked’

Syngonium podophyllum 'Pink Flecked'

Syngonium Pink Flecked is a cultivar of Syngonium podophyllum. It has green arrowhead-shaped leaves with a pink splash radiating from the veins.

Unlike Syngonium Neon Robusta, Pink Flecked leaves are broad with fully attached lobes. 

The back of the plant’s leaves and the leaf margins are pink or maroon. It adds vibrant colors and interest to your home or office. The pink Syngonium plant can reach up to 780 inches tall in the wild, but it will stay much smaller in a pot. 

Pink Flecked is one of the most easy-to-care-for pink Syngonium varieties that can tolerate too little light and moderate humidity. It prefers moist but well-drained soil and should be watered when the top inch of soil feels dry.

16. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Pink Splash’ 

Syngonium podophyllum 'Pink Splash' 

This stunning pink Syngonium podophyllum has green arrow-shaped leaves with pink spots that look like paint splatters.

The pink variegation is more pronounced when the plant receives bright indirect sunlight, but direct sunlight can scorch the leaves.

Syngonium Pink Splash is beautiful and easy to care for. It prefers a well-draining soil mix rich in organic matter and slightly acidic. It likes high humidity but can tolerate dry conditions as well. 

The Syngonium Pink Splash can purify the air by removing harmful toxins such as benzene and formaldehyde. However, regular inspections and pest control measures are necessary.

17. Syngonium podophyllum ‘Emerald Gem’ 

Syngonium podophyllum 'Emerald Gem' 

‘Emerald Gem’ is a stunning indoor Syngonium plant with large arrow-shaped leaves, green foliage, and white venation.

This plant is relatively compact and can thrive on windowsills where other pink Syngonium varieties may struggle with low humidity.

They are low-maintenance plants that do not require much pruning or fertilizing.

Emerald Gems can reach up to 23 inches tall and 16 inches wide. They prefer bright, indirect light and moist but well-drained soil.

The plant can tolerate a wide range of temperatures, from 15°C to 30°C, but avoid exposure to cold drafts or strong light.

18. Syngonium rayii: Rayii

Syngonium rayii: Rayii

Syngonium rayii is a rare pink Syngonium variety with arrow-shaped leaves, a velvety texture, and a silver stripe down the middle.

The leaves are almost black, contrasting beautifully with the light green veins and white midrib splash.

Syngonium rayii grows as a hemiepiphyte. That means it starts as a rooted plant in the soil but then climbs up trees using its aerial roots. It can reach up to 15 inches in height and produce long vines as it matures.

The pink Syngonium rayii is great for hanging baskets, trellises, or moss poles. You can also grow it in terrariums or vivariums to create a lush backdrop for other plants or animals. However, S. rayii is toxic to humans and pets, so keep it away from children and animals.

19. Syngonium reginae: Reginae 

 Syngonium reginae: Reginae 

Syngonium Regina’s beautiful foliage changes color as it matures. Young leaves are greener, while mature leaves are light pink with deep pinkish veins and sometimes green leaf margins. Its young leaves are arrow-shaped, but the mature pink leaves are lobed.

It is a fast-growing pink Syngonium variety, and it can reach up to 23 inches tall and 16 inches wide.

It prefers bright indirect sunlight but can tolerate too little light as well. Syngonium reginae likes moist but well-drained soil and should be watered when the top 1-2 inches are dry. 

It is a great plant for beginners, as it is easy to care for and adaptable to different conditions. You can place the pink arrowhead plant on a shelf, a table, or a hanging basket, or let it climb up a pole or a trellis to add a pink splash and charm to your space.

20. Syngonium ‘Bob Allusion’

Syngonium ‘Bob Allusion’

It has large saucer-shaped leaves that are leathery in texture and platter-shaped. The leaves have pinkish veins on light green foliage. The leaf margins are slightly wavy, giving it a whimsical look.

Syngonium bob allusion is a tetraploid selection, which means it has thicker and harder leaves than other pink Syngonium varieties. It is also more compact and slower growing, making it ideal for small spaces. 

It is not very fussy about humidity but appreciates the occasional misting or wiping of its leaves.

Syngonium bob allusion is perfect for beginners and experts who want to enjoy a tropical touch in their indoor environment.

21. Syngonium schottianum: Schottianum  

Syngonium schottianum: Schottianum  

Syngonium schottianum, commonly known as Schottianum, has a climbing habit. It has internodes 4 to 8 inches or more, with petioles sheathed beyond the middle.

The blades are ovate with small lobes at the base, which are rounded or angulate. The primary lateral veins are sunken above, while the tertiary veins are visible beneath.

Syngonium schottianum is relatively easy to grow but requires high humidity, bright indirect light, and well-drained soil. It prefers warm temperatures between 18 and 28 degrees Celsius and should be protected from frost. 

The plant can be watered regularly but not overwatered and fertilized monthly during the growing season.

It is susceptible to mealybugs and spider mites, so it should be inspected regularly and treated with insecticidal soap or neem oil if needed.

22. Syngonium batik

Syngonium batik

Syngonium batik is a stunning variety with a trailing habit and striking foliage. It has arrow-shaped leaves that are green with white veins throughout. It grows naturally under the shade of the South American rainforests.

Syngonium batik can reach up to 72 inches in height and width, but you can prune and propagate it to keep it compact.

You can also train it to grow up a trellis or pole, which will encourage larger foliage. Alternatively, you can hang it in a basket and let it cascade down.

The Syngonium plant prefers medium to bright indirect sunlight, as strong light can burn its leaves. It also likes warm temperatures between 60°F-95°F (15°C-35°C) and high humidity above 50%. You can mist it regularly or use a humidifier to increase the air and soil moisture.

23.Syngonium black velvet 

Syngonium black velvet 

‘Black velvet’ is a stunning pink Syngonium variety that adds elegance to any space. Its velvety green arrow-shaped leaves have a striking white stripe along the mid-vein. 

Syngonium black velvet can reach up to 36 inches tall and wide, but you can prune it to maintain its shape and size.

It is a great plant for hanging baskets, tabletops, or shelves. It can also be grown outdoors in warm climates, protecting it from direct sun and frost.

Black velvet is easy to care for and grows well in bright indirect light. It prefers moist but well-drained soil and moderate humidity.

It can tolerate low light but may lose some of its color intensity. The plant is not pet-friendly, so keep it away from curious animals.

24. Syngonium angustatum (S. angustatum)

Syngonium angustatum (S. angustatum)

S. angustatum has compound leaves with three to five leaflets: green above and pale green below. The leaflets are narrow and elongated, hence the name angustatum, which means “narrow” in Latin. The back of the leaves may have a reddish hue, and the leaf margins may be slightly wavy.

S. angustatum is a special plant because it can change its leaf shape according to its stage of growth and light exposure. The juvenile leaves are simple, entire, and arrow-shaped, with silvery-white veins or centers. 

The plant adds a touch of tropical elegance to any indoor space, whether it is your home, office, or outdoors. As it matures, this syngonium plant’s leaves become more lobed and segmented, and the color becomes green.

25. Syngonium erythrophyllum (S. erythrophyllum)

Syngonium erythrophyllum (S. erythrophyllum)

This is a rare, stunning pink Syngonium with arrow-shaped dark green leaves and a maroon hue underneath.

Syngonium erythrophyllum can grow up to 25 inches tall and wide, climb on a trellis, or hang from a basket. Like the other pink Syngonium varieties, it prefers a well-draining potting mix and a balanced fertilizer every month during the growing season.

S. erythrophyllum is an easy-to-care-for plant that will add a touch of exotic beauty to your indoor garden. It can thrive in a living room, bedroom, office, or greenhouse without direct light, cold drafts, and dry air.

26. Syngonium steyermarkii (S. steyermarkii)

 Syngonium steyermarkii (S. steyermarkii)

S. steyermarkii has much larger and more textured green foliage. Its leaves are deep green with prominent veins and scalloped edges. The back of the leaves is reddish-purple, adding more interest to this Syngonium variety. 

Syngonium steyermarkii is a climber and will appreciate support or a hanging basket. It prefers indirect sunlight, high humidity, and well-draining soil. It needs regular watering, but not too much, to avoid root rot. It also benefits from occasional fertilizing during the growing season. 

S. steyermarkii is not very prone to pests or diseases but can be sensitive to cold temperatures. So, keep it away from drafts and frost. Also, be careful when handling steyermarkii, as its sap contains oxalic acid, which can irritate your skin and eyes. Wear gloves, wash your hands after touching them, and keep them away from children and pets.


We have explored the world of pink Syngonium varieties and their unique features. From the pinkish shades to the light hues, pink Syngoniums are beautiful and easy to care for. 

Adding pink Syngonium plants to your indoor garden will add vibrant colors and freshness to your space. If you’re interested in these pink syngoniums, check out your local plant nurseries and online retailers like Etsy or Amazon. 

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