Botanical Name: Syngonium Podophyllum
The Arrowhead Plant goes by numerous names, including Arrowhead Vine, American Evergreen, Five Fingers, and Nephthytis. The leaves change shape as this plant matures. In the beginning, the plant has the shape of an arrowhead shape, and then changing into three to five finger-like sections as the plant matures. The leaves are generally green in color, but there are many varieties that include variegated leaves of different shades. The heavily variegated varieties require bright, filtered light. Average light is required for solid green varieties or those with less variegation.
Bright filtered light
The arrowhead plant should be allowed to dry out between waterings. Although the plant enjoys some moisture, it should not be kept too wet, which may lead to root rot.