Syngonium Wendlandii is a very distinctive looking arrowhead plant, with its deep green velvety leaves, and bright white stripes on each leaf. Like the rest of its family, the wendlandii is a climber and a trailer, and would really take off with a moss pole or a lattice behind it.
The last plants pictured are examples of more juvenile forms of wendlandii, with the bright white striping. The distinctive white coloring on their leaves tends to fade with age, and eventually, a mature plant has only green, velvety leaves.
Medium to bright, indirect light, and slightly moist soil.