Aglaonemas do well in bright locations such as on a window sill
Aglaonemas use up a lot of water. So be sure to water them every 1-2 weeks and do so until you see water leaving the drainage holes.
Overwatering any plant can cause lasting damages. Aglaonemas are very tough plants and will do just fine even if we have forgotten to water them for a few weeks.
If you want more hair growth, shave it first, they say! And so we do! Prune your aglaonemas and they will return the favour by growing faster and fuller.
Aglaonemas prefer enriched and slightly acidic soil. Take equal parts of perlite, sand, peat, and general-purpose potting mix for these houseplants.
These slow growing beauties are great indoor plants since they dont like full sun exposure. Indirect light or shade is best for these beauties.
Drooping leaves are a sign of poor watering or insufficient lighting. If the leaves are wilting and seem weak, it could be insufficient lighting. If the leaves start to curl up, it means the plant is over exposed.
Mix equal parts of milk and water and use the mixture to wipe the plant leaves with a gauze or soft cloth. Voila! You have shiny leaves.
Keep the leaves clean. Water carefully, keep an eye on the temperature, feed them right, and make sure it is in an adequate pot. Correct lighting, not overexposed nor too little. Either way the colours will fade.
Improper soil moisture for aglaonemas can cause the leaves to turn yellow. Only water the plant when more than 50% of the soil feels and looks dry!
Remove over damaged leaves by cutting them at its stem. Relocate plant to a place with 6 hours of indirect sunlight.
The plant can survive in places with low to moderate light. Just remember to water the plant often so the soil remains moist at all times(not wet!).
Soil for Aglaoneama must be well drained and sand or perlite with peat can help. Take 1 part of the garden soil, 1 part coarse sand or perlite, and 2 parts of peat.
These plants will definitely help improve the mood if not the productivity at your workplace. These plants are known to improve air quality with their ability to filter pollutants and toxins while emitting oxygen!
This plant has low poison characteristics.
Native to Asia and New Guinea, they are also known as Chinese Evergreen.