Syngonium in "Parade" Grey Terra Cotta
Syngonium in "Parade" Grey Terra Cotta
Syngonium in "Parade" Grey Terra Cotta
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Syngonium in "Parade" Grey Terra Cotta

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A new arrival for Fall 2022 at Silver Garden Co, the Parade Pot was one of the original designs that caught Mel’s attention.

Named after a stunning greenhouse located at a grand Danish castle, the Parade Pot is a pot worthy of hosting any exotic plants that delight your senses. 

Designer Stig Lauritsen found inspiration for this collection in ancient Belgian designs. The classic shape, paired with the chunky rim is what makes this one of our favorites.

This pot was one of the first to catch Mel's eye - she particularly loves the feel of the "chunky" walls and lip.

Syngonium plants start out cute and compact, and if you care for them, they can grow grand and vine!

If you like them compact, no worries as they respond very well to being trimmed. 

They are easy care... just make sure remember to water them and do not leave them in full sun.

In your house, they can survive in low light. But if you want to see them really grow and be wild, place them in a spot that gets plenty of indirect light.

The soil can dry out, but if you leave it dry for more than a day or so, you will notice the bottom leaves start to brown. Just keep an eye on it and keep a good watering schedule. 

Important! Arrowhead vines are poisonous if ingested, so be very careful if you have pets and/or small children.

Pot Dimensions: 5" tall, 6" wide (slightly larger than our standard Berg's planter)

Care: Easy

Water: Once every 10-14 days

Light: Bright, indirect


Please note each pot or saucer is hand finished; some variation in color and texture should be expected. Due to the porous quality of natural clay, items will change color or patina over time to exposure to water, handling and salts found in soil.