Unit Pack Size: 6" Pot
Light:Medium light. Never subject them to direct sunlight, which can scorch the leaves.
Water:Water moderately, enough to make the entire mixture moist, but allowing the top
inch of mixture to dry out between waterings.
Temp:Normally warm room temperatures are suitable. Stand plants on trays of damp
pebbles for extra humidity.
Soil:Use a soil-based potting soil. Aglaonema prefers porous soil with rich in organicmatter.
Fertilizer:Use standard liquid fertilizer monthly.
Special Care:They are slow growing and will only need repotting every other year.
They do best in warm, humid and bright environment. Water liberally in spring
and summer but just keep the soil moist in the winter.
Flower Color:The flowers are relatively inconspicuous, white or greenish white spathes that
can give way to red berries.
Growth Habit:They are a low growing plant. They have been hybridized to produce interesting variegated leaves. They are a slow growing plant.
Fun Fact:The sap of this plant is poisonous. It causes irritation of skin and if any parts are
chewed, several infection of throat, tongue and mouth occurs.
The key to a happy plant is proper care!