Posted 2w ago by @UnhamperedRosea

hello, these days I noticed in my syngonium some spots on the white part that is translucent. does anyone know what it could be?
Your plant looks really good from the pictures.

Plants that are lacking chlorophyll then to brown faster than the green parts. Even if you have the lighting and the watering perfect, you still will eventually see some brown in the white. 

The Syngonium plant leaves turn White, the dry main reason is due to its not getting enough water dry soil. If soil is dry below 1 inch from the top of the soil then we can it's dry otherwise it's moist. Water the plant regularly and maintain a schedule to overcome this. And I agree with @sarahsalith as well.
@sarahsalith @KikiGoldblatt thank you, but doesnt seems that in some areas of the white part it is becoming transparent ?
@UnhamperedRosea it might be- you have a delicate plant and without the right about of light and humidity and all the stars aligning, you might have some leaves that have imperfections. They are still beautiful leaves.

After about six months, my oldest leaf has started to decline- through no fault of my own. It's just a circle of life kinda thing. ☺️

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