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Aglaonema in 5 inch plastic pot

Aglaonema in 5 inch plastic pot

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Aglaonema is a genus of plants in the family, Aracele, native to tropical and subtropical regions of the world. They are evergreen perennials with stems growing erect. The Aglaonema are the easiest plants to grow survive well in indirect bright light to low light conditioglans  and are quite forgiving. They can be planted by new gardeners easily. 

Benefits of Aglaonema Plant

Air purifier: 

The Aglaonema Plant plays a big role in purifying the air inside our homes and workplaces. Its leaves effectively absorb common indoor pollutants such as formaldehyde, benzene, and xylene making the air richer with oxygen.


The Aglaonema Plant is a statement indoor plant that instantly becomes any room's focal point. It has often been associated with reducing stress and anxiety due to its vibrant green foliage and its versatility compliments all decor.

Low Maintenance:

Aglaonema Plants are easy to grow and make an ideal choice for beginners and experienced plant enthusiasts.

Pest Resistance:

Aglaonema plants are less susceptible to pest attacks compared to any indoor plants. Their glossy, waxy leaves deter common pests like spider mites and mealy bugs. 

Care Tips for Aglaonema Plant


Water the Aglaonema Plant when the soil is completely dry. Since the plant is mostly placed indoors, it may take a few days for the soil to become completely dry. Water during early morning or late evening hours.


Do not keep the Aglaonema Plant in direct sunlight as it will burn its leaves. Keep the plant in a medium or filtered light. 


Place the Aglaonema Plant in the east or north-facing place so that the morning sunlight can fall on it.

Fertilisation :

Add fertilizers   such as vermicompost every 2 months to balance the nutritional needs of the Aglaonema Plant. Keep tilling the soil to increase aeration.


Ideal Soil Mix:

The Aglaonema Plant requires well-draining soil rich in organic matter that does not retain much water. The ideal soil mix plant is, Cocopeat (50%) + Garden Soil (30%) + vermicompost (20%).



Pruning the Aglaonema Plant regularly will ensure that it has a bushier, healthier growth. The plant also grows faster when pruned.


Pest Control:

The Aglaonema Plant is susceptible to mealy bugs and aphids. However, spraying the plant with neem oil spray is a good precautionary measure.

Frequently Asked Questions about Aglaonema Plant

1. Is the Aglaonema Plant a good indoor plant?

Yes, the Aglaonema Plant is a super Air purifying plant that creates a better living environment for you. Its large leaves absorb harmful indoor pollutants while releasing oxygen-rich air

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