Product Details: –
- Plant Name: Aglaonema Lipstick Plant
- Type of Plant: Air-purifying Plant
- Plant Placement: Indoors
- Height of Plant: Upto 10 inches
- Pot Type: Plastic
- Pot Size: 5 inches
About Aglaonema Lipstick Plant: –
Aglaonema Lipstick needs high humidity, some growers consider aglaonema to be a greenhouse plant. It will do best in the warm, humid, and bright atmosphere of a greenhouse, but it can be successfully grown indoors by coming as close as possible to these conditions. The aglaonema is an extremely attractive plant & one of the most used internal landscape plant. It is easiest of all indoor plants to grow, with several motivating diversities. The darker green varieties can grow in near shade, while the variegated varieties require brighter light.
Aglaonema plants are mainly found in the Philippines and China, but they have accommodated to a variety of climate and temperature changes. Having aglaonema in the home will definitely amaze everyone around. NASA has placed the aglaonema plant on its top ten list of the air-purifying plant because of the plant’s natural ability to cleanse benzene and formaldehyde from the air.
Plant Care Instructions: –
- Place your plants where it will receive bright indirect natural light or bright artificial light.
- It requires well-drained soil rich in organic matter.
- Water only when the topsoil ((1-2 inch) feels dry to touch.
- The soil must never be allowed to dry out completely.
- Water thoroughly in summer until some water trickles from the bottom of the pot.
- Reduce watering during rainy and winter season.
- Use organic fertilizers during the growing season to provide proper nutrients to the plant.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Where can I buy an Aglaonema plant?
It is hard to find this plant in the local nursery, but it is available online you can place your order with us.
How to propagate the Aglaonema plant?
Chop the stem’s top that has become leggy and root the stem in the soil or water. As too much soil can encourage the stem to rot, take a 2:1 mix of perlite to potting mix. Wait for the roots to grow and then transfer the root to a regular pot.
Does aglaonema need light?
The darker varieties of aglaonema can tolerate low light, But the lighter or colorful variegated varieties require medium to bright, indirect bright sunlight to thrive.
How to grow the Aglaonema plant?
Light – the Agalaonema plant doesn’t need direct sunlight to grow but it feels good in bright light and grows faster.
Soil – Use a lightly acidic potting soil for aglaonema plant. Make sure your pot has a Proper drainage hole.
Watering – water the aglaonema plant once the top inch of the soil is dry and mist the plant frequent to raise the humidity.
Feeding – you can use the liquid fertilizer during the growing season.
Temperature – It is better to place the Aglaonema plant in a humid spot in your home, but will still do okay in warmer home spaces.
Why are the leaves on my aglaonema turning yellow?
The most common cause of Aglaonemas leaves turning yellow is overwatering and improper soil moisture, overwatering. Water your aglaonema plant once the top inch of the soil is dry and mist the plant frequent to raise the humidity.
How often do you water aglaonema?
In the summer, water thoroughly, but let the soil to dry out between waterings. This plant can survive in low humidity, but it will flourish in higher humid conditions. Mist the leaves often to raise the humidity. Reduce watering during winter.
Why is my aglaonema drooping?
Check that you’re not underwatering your Aglaonema Plant. Keep a consistent watering schedule–water when the top 2”-3” inch of soil feels dry to touch.