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Aglaonema Pink Beauty Plant

Original price was: ₹700.00.Current price is: ₹500.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: Low maintenance
  • Special feature : Not pet friendly
  • Watering : Water once a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors

Availability: 3 in stock

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Aglaonema Pink Beauty is an excellent choice for a first-time gardener searching for a low-maintenance plant. It will remain happy and lovely in low indirect light with minimal water, often known as the Chinese Evergreen. Its vivid pink leaves provide just the appropriate amount of flair and colour to any room or d?cor. With its gorgeous pink leaves, this plant is a show stopper both alone and in plant clusters.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed regularly with a balanced fertiliser. Feed once every 6 weeks during the winter. Aglaonema, also known as Chinese Evergreen, requires warm, somewhat humid conditions to grow and will not do well in cold climates.

Repotting :
Chinese Evergreens are easy to care for and only require repotting every two years. Use a high-quality potting soil. Propagation: Aglaonema propagation is simple. They proliferate via the cut off tip in the same way as a stem tip cutting does. Another way of propagation is division, however the plant must be mature and root bound for this to function.

Typical issues

1. What is causing my Aglaonema plant to droop?

Drooping leaves are a symptom of insufficient light or water. Too much light causes the leaves to become brittle and floppy. To avoid droopy leaves, move your plant away from direct sunlight.

2. Why are my aglaonema leaves turning grey and greasy?

The cold weather generates these grey, greasy splotches in the Aglaonema plants, which eventually become yellow. Remove the damaged leaves and relocate the plant to a warmer location, such as near a window or on a balcony.

3. What causes Aglaonema leaves to be rigid and pale?

If you keep your Aglaonema in direct sunlight for too long, the leaves will stiffen and turn pale. Reversing this is simple: just relocate the plant to a more shady location.

Design and Decoration

Light Requirements: Because Aglaonema prefers low indoor light, he prefers to be near a window. He does not appreciate extreme cold or bright light, so keep that in mind.

Locations: The Chinese Evergreen performs best when placed near a window. But he’ll be equally content anyplace he can receive indirect low light.

Styling/decor tip : If you have a modern interior d?cor, the Chinese Evergreen is one of the greatest plants to use. Set the Aglaonema in trendy pots that match the d?cor and place these plant babies on a side table, in the living room, reading room, or wherever else you need to break up the monotony of the area.

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Aglaonema purify air?

Yes, Aglaonema purifies air by removing toxins from the surrounding air.

Is aglaonema poisonous to cats and dogs?

Yes, the Aglaonema is poisonous to cats and dogs.

How often should I water Aglaonema?

Water your Aglaonema twice a week to ensure proper growth.

What are the common names of Aglaonema Pink Beauty Plant?

Aglaonema Pink Beauty Plant is also known as Chinese Evergreen.

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