Plant Care – Aglaonema Red Master
Light: Place your Aglaonema Red Master under bright and indirect sunlight, and do avoid direct sunlight because it will cause its leaves to scorch and dry up. Aglaonema can tolerate low light conditions. However, there are better environments for them to grow in.
Water: Water your Aglaonema thoroughly and ensure that the soil is evenly moist. Water your plant whenever the top inch of the soil is dry to the touch, and make sure to water till some water flows through the pot’s drainage holes. And make sure to pour out any access water in its saucer.
Soil: Aglaonema thrives in well-aerated soil that drains water quickly and, therefore, should not be placed in soils that are too compacted and heavy, which causes prolonged periods of water retention. And this can lead to root problems, for instance, root rot.
Fertiliser: Fertilise your plant with a general slow-release fertiliser. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions when fertilising your plant.
Humidity Requirement: Medium
Fun Facts about the Aglaonema genus: Did you know? The Aglaonema is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family. They are popularly known as the Chinese evergreen and are native to tropical and subtropical regions of Asia and New Guinea. Most Aglaonema can tolerate low-light conditions. However, too much direct sunlight will harm the plant. The Aglaonema is commonly grown indoors in Asian countries as they believe it brings in luck!
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