This compact, easy-to-grow houseplant is loved for its vibrant pink coloring and patterns.
So if your space is in need of a little splash of color, aglaonema is the plant for you. It’s also generally slow-growing, meaning you’ll only need to repot every three years or more.
Some varieties of the plant can easily grow in near shade. Variegated varieties of aglaonema require brighter light, but that doesn’t mean they are to be exposed to direct sun. You will notice if the plant lacks the light, as its leaf stems will become long and leggy. At the same time, aglaonema cannot tolerate direct sunlight, which causes leaf burns.
perfect temperature for growth is +20 °C to +25 °C (68-77 °F). The warmer it is, the better aglaonema plants grow. Drafts, sharp temperature changes are unacceptable for aglaonema. In nature, aglaonema receives daily abundant watering, and it grows in soil which contain good organic matter.
well permeable to moisture and air. When kept indoors, during the growing season. aglaonema should be watered abundantly.but remember that overdrying of the soil is dangerous for aglaonema.
Aglaonema prefers high humidity. In summer, it is better to spray it daily. It is also necessary to regularly clean the leaves from dust. Do not cover the leaves with shine solution. To ensure proper humidity you can place pots with plants on trays of wet expanded clay.
Fertilizer During the period of active growth, aglaonema should be fed with liquid mineral fertilizer in a time period of 15 days.