Quick Care Guide
This plant can tolerate a drier growing medium, but will do well if you water it regularly. Its leaves will droop and feel less rigid when it is in need of water.
This plant will benefit from being in a location with bright, indirect light. Depending on your conditions, a window-lit spot or one that offers a few hours of direct morning sunlight will be appreciated.
This plant will fare decently in normal household humidity (50 – 60%) but will benefit from higher humidity levels.
Problems & Maintenance
This plant is generally pest-free but new leaf growth may be susceptible to thrips. Inspect freshly unfurled leaves regularly.
Suitable for Indoors
This is a plant that will live happily indoors so long it is properly cared for. Do not expose this plant to direct sun rays for prolonged periods, to avoid leaf scorch.
Toxicity Level 2
This plant is poisonous. All Aglaonemas contain calcium oxalate which are especially toxic to pets. Keep away from curious animals and young children.
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