Aglaonema Brilliant - Plant
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|1||Aglaonema Brilliant - Plant|
|2||6 inch (15 cm) Grower Round Plastic Pot (Black)|
Aglaonema Brilliant plant is a species of genus aglaonema categorized under Araceae plants family. Aglaonema plants are attractive, varied, tough, drought-tolerant, low maintenance and hard to kill houseplants with colorful foliage.There is generally a crown of wide leaf blades which in wild species are often variegated with silver and green colouration.
|Plant Height||18 inch (46 cm)|
|Plant Spread||6 inch (15 cm)|
|Common Name||Aglaonema Brilliant|
|Maximum Reachable Height||up to 1.21 meter|
|Flower Colour||Greenish-white spathe|
|Bloom Time||Seasonal bloom|
|Difficulty Level||Easy to grow|
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Initial (1 -2 weeks ) care once the plant reaches your place:
|Sunlight||bright indirect natural light or bright artificial light.|
|Soil||soil should be well-drained and fertile|
|Temperature||16 to 30-degree celsius|
|Fertilizer||Apply any organic fertilizer.|
attractive variegated foliage.
Yes, Aglaonema is an indoor plant that requires natural indirect/artificial bright light.
Yes, According to NASA Aglaonema is an indoor air purifier.
1. Choose a slightly larger pot. If youâ€™re repotting your plant into a new pot, choose a pot that is 1-2 inches larger in diameter and 1 to 2 inches deeper than the plantâ€™s current pot. 2. Choose a pot with drainage holes. When youâ€™re selecting a new pot, make sure it has drainage holes to allow excess water to drain. 3. Cover the drainage holes. Cover the drainage holes with something that will allow water to pass through, like a paper towel or small-sized stone. 5. Put a few inches of soil in the new pot. Youâ€™ll need a base of soil under the plant so the roots have something to grow into. Donâ€™t overfill the pot. 6. Remove the plant from its current pot without disturbing the root ball. 7. Place plant in new pot. As you place the plant into its new pot, center it by looking down on it from above and making sure itâ€™s not closer to any one side of the pot than the others. 9. Fill the pot with soil. Once youâ€™ve placed the plant in the new pot, youâ€™ll want to put soil into the pot around the rootball. Donâ€™t overfill the pot - the soil line should be about 1â€ below the top of the pot. 10. Water the plant. Once your plant is in its new pot and youâ€™ve filled the pot with soil, water the plant.Â
Aglaonema does not require heavy pruning. The lower leaves will get yellow and get dried naturally, use clean scissors to cut such leaves. Prune any yellow or infected leave.
Aglaonema plant can be propagated either through seeds, Stem cuttings or separating rooted plant from mother plant. Last two are most preferred methods. 1. To propagate take pencil size cutting of well mature stem to a length of 16-18 cm and remove any flowers leaves from it. 2. Then dip bottom of the cutting in rooting hormone, and Place the 3/4 portion cutting into a small container with well-draining soil and water the cuttings. 3. Rooting will start within 1-2 week. Note - For further details check the product description on nurserylive.com
Aglaonema Plant is grown by seed and cuttings. Consider the following points.Â 1. Pot size up to 4 upper diameter inch with a drainage hole. 2. Sunlight- Natural indirect/artificial bright light is required.Â 3. Soil- Soil or potting mixture should be well-drained, fertile and nutrient-rich. 4. Water-Water the plant when 1-2 inch surface soil layer feels dry to touch.Â 5. Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer during the main growing season. Note - For further details check the product description on nurserylive.comÂ
Aglaonema plant can be grown in water but it need to be trained in that way right from its propagation time.
Aglaonema is a popular house plant also known as chinese evergreen. Perfect for indoors as it does not like direct sunlight. It shows flowering during spring(February-March) and summer(April-June) months. NASA has recommended this plant as an indoor air purifier.
Yes, Due to the presence of calcium oxalate crystals Aglaonema plants are considered as poisonous.
Aglaonema plants should be protected from direct sunlight, hot and cold droughts. So they are recommended for indirect light receiving location preferably indoor one.
Consider the following point to care Aglaonema plant. 1. Sunlight- Natural indirect/artificial bright light is required.Â 2. Soil- Soil or potting mixture should be well-drained, fertile and nutrient-rich. 3. Water-Water the plant when 1-2 inch surface soil layer feels dry to touch.Â 4. Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer during the main growing spring(February-March) and summer(April-June)season.
Yes, Aglaonema is a flowering plant and show blooming in spring(February-March) to summer(April-June).
Aglaonema are slow growers and may reach up to 4 feet in height.