Aglaonema is one of the best decorative indoor plants which not only enhances the looks of your place but also provides several health benefits by acting as an exceptional air purifier. They are preferred because they are very adaptive and can tolerate both moist as well as dry conditions. They are often vibrant and colorful and have strikingly patterned leaves. Aglaonemas are very easy-going and best suited for places like modern living rooms, dimly lighted areas, and cozy places. Striking red or pink shades in the foliage makes it one of the best decorative plants available.
Plant care -
Aglaonema is a plant that needs watering in abundance and should be watered regularly. It grows in the soil is well permeable to air and moisture. Indoor aglaonema should be watered abundantly during the growing season but while autumn and winter it should be reduced.
The soil used for growing an aglaonema should be tight and loose, and also water permeable. Leafy soil, cocopeat, and sand in the ratio of 2:1:1 with the addition of crushed charcoal can be used as a mixture for potting an aglaonema plant.
Aglaonema needs sunlight but it can be easily grown in shady areas. If the plant lacks sunlight its leaf and stems will become leggy. Never put your aglaonema under direct sunlight as it may burn the leaves of the plant.
Aglaonema Should be nourished with liquid mineral fertilizer twice a month. Avoid fertilizing during winters.
They are one of the most easy-going houseplants and very easy to maintain. Proper watering and fertilizing will keep them going.
Family - Moraceae
Starlight is a very popular household plant and grows very beautifully if well taken care of. They are very attractive with their dainty almost wistful cream and dusky green mottled foliage and silver-grey Branches. These plants are very because of their eye-catchy color and durability. If they are given the required amount of attention they will definitely enhance your housing experience. They can be placed anywhere like your living room, bedroom, study room, or even offices and will not only enhance the beauty of the place but also it will purify the air in the surroundings.
Plant care -
Water your starlight plant daily or when you feel that the soil of the top starts to dry in the summer season but in winters water your plant once in two days or when the soil starts to dry on the top. Keep the soil always a little moist but avoid overwatering.
Use soil that is rich, humusy, and well-drained.
Keep the plant in a shady area during the summer season and you can place it under the sun direct/indirect during winters.
Feed your plant with liquid fertilizer once in 15 days. Fertilize the plant during day hours when the temperature is low.
Starlight plant is a low-maintenance plant. You have to take care of light levels, watering, and humidity to be constant to avoid leaf drops.