Aglaonema White Leaf
The Aglaonema White Leaf plant, scientifically known as Aglaonema spp., is a favored indoor houseplant recognized for its lush, variegated foliage, featuring striking green and white patterns. These plants are valued for their low-light tolerance, air-purifying qualities, low maintenance, and the diversity of varieties available. They add aesthetic elegance and air quality improvement to indoor spaces.
Planting & Care
Light: Aglaonema White Leaf plants thrive in low to medium indirect light. These plants are particularly sensitive to direct sunlight.
Water: Aglaonema White Leaf plants prefer consistently moist but not waterlogged soil. Allow the top of the soil to dry out slightly between waterings. Overwatering can lead to root rot and other issues.
Fertilizer: These plants do not need much fertilizer. Use a balanced fertilizer once every 3 months during the spring and summer. Reduce fertilization to once every 6 months during the fall and winter. Dilute the fertilizer to half strength before applying it to the soil.
Temperature: They thrive in temperatures ranging from 65°F to 80°F.
Potting: These plants thrive in well-draining potting soil. Use a high-quality potting mix that allows water to pass through easily, preventing waterlogged roots. Choose pots or containers with drainage holes at the bottom.
Pruning: Trim them back to encourage a more compact and lush appearance. Remove dead or yellowing leaves.