Vibrant, colourful with patterned leaves in pink, green and red, the lush foliage of Aglaonema is a popular houseplant among garden lovers. A lot of people bring this plant home beause in Feng Shui, it is considered to be a lucky plant. Some scientific research also points out that it is a natural air purifier. Some of them have shiny green leaves with pink speckles, while some of them have dark green leaves with red veins. It has a medium growth rate and can grow upto 10-40 cms height. Hence it can be easily placed on table and in corners. They bring an exotic touch to work tables and coffee table. They also give a spectacular touch to your house corners with their vibrancy.
Light- The plant flourishes well in indirect sunlight. If the plant is exposed to direct sunlight, the leaves might start scorching, yellowing or curling.
Watering- Red Aglaonema is prone to root rotting and fungal infections, hence it is very important to make sure that we don't overwater red aglaonema.
Humidity- It is tropical plant and it enjoys humidity, hence it is a good idea to frequently mist the leaves of this beautiful plant to give it enough moisture without overwatering.
Soil- A well draining potting mixture is advisable for this plant. To fertilise, slow release fertilizer is recommended, to be applied to the plant every month (Grow N GLow - Plant Micro Food is a good option) or a good liquid organic fertiliser can help it.