Aglaonema or Chinese Evergreen, is an complete indoor plant and it regarded as as the as lucky plant as per Feng Shui and regarded as it can bring good luck. Its NASA approved air purifying plant. It emits high oxygen content, and purifies indoor air by removing toxic chemicals from air, such as formaldehyde, benzene or other toxins. The plant requires minimum care in relation to light and water requirement. Light: Aglaonema prefers the area where it can get indirect light. The plant steadily shows the best colour in bright indirect light. Water: Water aglaonema plant when the soil dries out. But it does grow best when watered steadily but not daily. Regular misting is very good for healthy growth of this plant. Wipe leaves steadily with a moistened cloth to take away dust and dirt. Please Note: Please remove the box and take out the plant very carefully. Water the plant thoroughly, as the plant transits for few days without any light, less air.
Material: Natural Live Plant with Ceramic Pot | Quantity: 1 (Plant with Pot) | Pot Color: White | Pot Diameter: 6 Inches | Height: 6 Inches | Plant with Pot Height: 12 – 16 Inches
The aglaonema is a highly decorative plant with several interesting varieties. It is likely one of the most popular houseplants and the color variations—from dark green to silver, and some with hints of red – add to your home’s decor.
Aglaonemas are slow growing plant. People like this plant for it’s attractive leaves. It has large, narrow, and glossy oval leaves on short stems. It does not like direct sunlight. It is perfect for indoors.
It is thought of as to be one of the beautiful indoor plants with colour splashes on its leaves. This variegated variety of aglonema are amongst the easiest houseplants to grow.
Please Note: On arrival, open the box, take out the plant and water the plant thoroughly and put it outdoor for few days in a proper light condition as suggested. After 3-4 days you’ll bring the plant indoor where bright light is also to be had.
Care : Requires Moderate Watering Once or Twice a Week with indirect Sunlight