The Aglaonema is a beautiful plant. The ‘Silver Queen’ is a unique example, with full leaves featuring gorgeous, light-green veins. It truly is a work of art created by Allah.
Aglaonemas are tropical ground plants. They are native to the jungles of south-east Asia and thrive in warm, moist, partially shaded locations. The Aglaonema loves to be sprayed with water occasionally.
The Aglaonema is a beautiful plant. The ‘Maria’ has bright green leaves patterned in different stunning shades. It truly is a work of art created by Allah.
Classified by NASA as one of the top ten trees to clean the air of harmful toxins.
Aglaonemas are classified under Araceae and grow wild in the tropical rain forests of South East Asia.
They’ve been ‘rediscovered’ and make fabulous houseplants for those shady corners.
There are already quite a few cultivars available with a variety of leaf shape and colour.
Temperature: Aglaonemas are tropical ground plants. They are native to the jungles of south-east Asia and thrive in warm, moist, partially shaded locations. keep away from cold winter drafts and air conditioners.
Lighting preference: make sure the Aglaonema remains in partial shade.
Electrical lighting: it does Well in offices or fluorescent lighting
Irrigation of water: The Aglaonema is a real jungle plant you have to water regularly. Try to keep the soil slightly moist and check this every now and then by pressing your finger into the soil. The plant should certainly not be standing in a layer of water.
Humidity : Good air humidity of 60 to 70 percent is also important. Otherwise, the leaf edges may dry out. they do well in regular household humidity or higher.
Fertilization and feeding: A dose every Month during the growing season will be OK.
Flowering : Remove Chinese Evergreen flowers as soon as they appear. The flowers are not very attractive and use energy that the plant needs to produce its beautiful leaves.
Air Purifying : Cleans and improves air quality by filtering toxins from the surrounding environment.
Soil : Use a well-aerated houseplant potting mix that drains quickly.
Pot Size : Keep a Chinese Evergreen a little root-bound in a small pot so that the soil can dry out quickly.
Pruning : If a Chinese Evergreen plant becomes thin and leggy, prune the stems back to where they start to bend. The plant will branch out all along the length of the remaining stem.
Toxicity : These plants can cause irritation if eaten and the sap is a skin and eye irritant. Keep out of reach of children and animals.