Aglaonema is commonly known as Chinese evergreen. It’s a slow-growing attractive fabulous foliage plant, due to its large narrow glossy oval-shaped leaves that grow at the tip of the stalks. It brings some visual interest and air filtering qualities to space even with no natural light at all.
How To Care
Light: It does not like full sun but needs brighter light, so it is perfect for indoors.
Water: Water thoroughly in the summer and mist the plant often to raise the humidity.
Fertilizer: Feed your aglaonema with slow-release pellets or liquid fertilizer during the growing season.
Temperature: These plants do not like cold or temperatures below 65 F.
Potting: Best is to do in spring or summer, small shoots can be potted as individual plants and only need repotting every other year.
Pruning: Not much is needed. Remove dead leaves as they appear by following the leaf stem down to the plant’s base