Aglaonema is a surprising decorative houseplant. The name is derived from the Greek "aglos' means gorgeous and 'ema' thread, the name refers to the nice leaves.
Her strong point is that she is very easy growing and can handle the toughest of plant killers. She has powerful air purifying properties that have only a positive impact on the climate.
You might also know me as the ‘Chinese evergreen’ super diverse and super colourful & the leafy foliage is a winner in your space.
Leaves are mixtures of red, pink, silver, green, yellow or cream, and they enjoy a drink a bit more than others and yes we'll say it again "don't overwater me I don't like it"
They dig the shader outdoor areas of your home too, provided you live in a warm frost-free climate.
- Where to pop me – Indoors in a low to well-lit position, away from direct sunlight. Outdoors in a brightly lit spot, away from direct sunlight
- Water me – Slightly moist soil, allow to almost dry out in between waterings, please
- The Soil I like– Well-drained soil or a good quality potting mix with a slow-release fertiliser (you pay for what you get)
- Please feed me with a liquid feed every 2 weeks in the growing season.