- About Aglaonema ..
- How To Grow Aglaonema ..
- Benefits of Aglaonema ..
- Maintenance Tips
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Aglaonema is a genus of more than 20 species and many cultivated varieties and hybrids. The members of the genus are naturally distributed across the warm, humid, tropical forest of Asia. Red aglaonema is a spectacular houseplant with the stunning red-tinted leaves. This stylish species will not only ornament windowsills or desks, it will be also beneficial for a person’s health.
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1. Proper care for aglaonema starts with its proper placement. Your task is to find the area that receives less indirect light.
2. Place your plant far from doors, air vents and windows in order to ensure it won’t suffer from drafts.
3. Water the plant when the top 2 inches of the soil start getting dry.
4. One of the basic care instructions includes wiping the leaves with a moistened cloth to remove dust and dirt.
1. Plants not only Produce Oxygen, but do a Filtration of Pollutants and Toxins.
2. Their Fabulous Leaves Brighten Up the Darkest Office and are Long-Lasting and Beautiful when Cut for Arrangements.
- After your red apple ice plants begin to show signs of new growth, limit water to once every two weeks, as they prefer relatively dry conditions.
- Removing old flower stems keeps the plant’s energy focused on vigorous growth instead of seed production.
- Avoid applying fertilizer late in the growing season. This stimulates new growth that can be easily damaged by early frosts.
- Do not prune plants after September.