Also known as Chinese Evergreen plants, these low light tolerant plants are an easy choice for someone wanting to bring life to a darker corner.
Though these plants can tolerate lower light levels, they cannot survive in complete darkness. Artificial lighting or bright natural light are needed to keep this plant alive.
If you notice that the tips of the leaves are starting to turn brown, especially in the winter, provide a pebble tray to help add extra humidity to the canopy.
Exposure: Bright indirect light
Growing Season: Spring through Fall
Water Requirements: Average to moist
Pot may not be exactly as illustrated. Grown in a plastic grower pot.
Rich green leaves surrounded by a red margin really help this plant stand out from the rest. Grows best in bright indirect light.
This millennial pink plant is ready to brighten up your home or workspace especially when #OnWednesdaysWePlantPink is trending on Instragram. Keep out of direct sun to prevent burning of the leaves.
Aglaonema Silver Bay
One of the more common Aglaonema that you see in malls and offices, this easy to care for Chinese Evergreen will help fill that void that you cannot seem to fill. Dark green edges with a nice silver center will match any decor you put around it.
Almost camo like, the dark green leaves mottled with lighter green helps give off a jungle vibe wherever you place this plant. Be sure to allow the top inch of soil to dry before watering.