Growing Aglaonema

Latin Name Pronunciation: ag-luh-oh-nee'-muh  

This tropical houseplant makes a bright, easy-care accent for your home or office.

Light: Aglaonema grows best in filtered or low light settings with no direct sun.

Watering: Water your plant so that the potting mix is evenly moist.

Temperature: Aglaonema prefers to be kept at regular room temperature, with nighttime temperatures of 65°F or warmer.

Fertilizer: From spring through summer, feed monthly with a balanced fertilizer diluted by half.

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