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The colorful, patterned foliage and easy going nature of Aglaonemas has made them popular among collectors.
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Get to Know Aglaonema!


Aglaonemas are native to Southeast Asia and are also known as a part of the Chinese Evergreen. They are very easy going and great for owners without a lot of experience since they can tolerate both moist and dry conditions.


Water every 1-2 weeks, allowing soil to dry out between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light and less often in lower light.


This plant thrives in medium to bright indirect light. It can tolerate low light conditions but is most likely going to grow slower and with less pronounced variegation. It is not suited for direct sun.


No, this plant is not pet friendly.

Sad Plant (is your plant dying?)

Drooping leaves means something isn’t meeting their general requirements. Here’s a quick care rundown:
- Aglaonemas adjust to low light but grow faster in bright conditions; however, intense illumination bleaches or scorches their foliage.
- Proper watering is important: dry soil can make your plant wilt, and overwatering promotes deadly root rot.
- The soil must drain well: a good recipe is one part potting soil to two parts perlite, orchid bark, or another aerating amendment.
- Average humidity is tolerated but higher levels are preferred.
- These are tropical plants that need year-round warmth.
- Aglaonemas must acclimatize to a new location or a repotting.

Fix drooping leaves by reviewing your Aglaonemas’s environment and care routine, and then correcting any deficiencies.

Note: It’s best to address each potential issue one at a time, so you can see when the plant improves and pinpoint the cause.