You NEED to Know
to Keep the Aglaonema Silver Bay healthy and thriving!
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Also known as the Chinese Evergreen...
Aglaonema Silver Bay is low- maintenance and perfect for beginners!
Aglaonema Silver Bay does well in all light levels, making it excellent for any home.
Just keep it away from direct light.
Water your aglaonema when the top two inches of the potting mix is dry. Don't let it completely dry out.
Feel the soil with your finger before you water your plant to determine if it actually needs water!
Aglaonemas bloom a spathe and spadix—usually a few at once. Here's what to do when you see one...
or they can end up sucking energy away from the rest of the plant!
Use a pair of clean, sharp scissors to cut off these blooms...
All the silver bay needs is a well-draining potting mix. Add some perlite to a general houseplant mix and you're done!
Repot your aglaonema silver bay when it becomes root bound.
(It can tolerate some root bound-ness, but don't let it go too long.)
Don't worry! It's normal for this plant to lose its lower most leaves.
To keep your plant pristine, gently remove them when they turn yellow.
1. Aglaonema silver bay is toxic to pets.
2. Aglaonemas are considered to be lucky!
3. Aglaonemas are easily propagated through division.
Get even more Aglaonema Silver Bay care AND propagation tips!
Plus, learn where you can buy this beautiful and easy plant!