Aglaonema - Green
|Aglaonema is most common and celebrated indoor plants. They are robust, strong and maintenance-free house plants valued for silver-green foliage.|
Soil: Soil should be well-drained, rich in organic matters and good water holding capacity.
Water: Aglaonema requires very little care, watering on every alternate day keeps plant hydrated. Spraying of water and wipe with a cotton cloth is advised to keep leaves clean and shiny.
Climate: It is a tropical plant. Aglaonema can be grown under partial to full shade conditions. It grows well when temperated is 28 to 32 degree and have good air humidity. It requires partial shade or filtered sunlight but in dark it grows tall and lanky.
Aglaonema is widely used as a pot plant. It is one of the most admired houseplants around the world.
Care and Maintenace:
Nutrition: Aglaonema is voracious feeder, it requires an ample dose of manure. Manuring after every two months keeps plants healthy.
Protection: The un-healthy plants are susceptible to yellowing, rotting, and woolly aphids. Manuring and repotting are advised for lanky, unhealthy and outgrown plants.
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