AGLAONEMA 'MARIA' 6" Grower Pot
Aglaonema, also called the 'Chinese Evergreen', landed a spot on NASA's top ten list of clear air plants for its ability to remove formaldehyde and benzene from air sources. Native to Southeast Asia, these plants were introduced to the West as an ornamental plant in the late 1800s.
LOCATION & LIGHT:
Aglaonema is a MEDIUM LIGHT plant that can tolerate low light conditions. Place your plant by an East or North facing window, or pulled back 5-10 feet from brighter exposures. Too much light and the leaves of your Aglaonema may begin to curl; not enough and they'll droop.
Aglaonema is a drought tolerant plant with a shallow root system that prefers to dry out between waterings. Give your plant a good drink when the top 30% of soil feels dry, or when its leaves begin to wilt slightly.
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