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 Green and white 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 - Arecaceae
Nothing can bring more tropical vibes to your home more than an areca palm tree. Palm trees are outdoor plants but now they are widely used as indoor plants as they are very easy to grow and easily available. They are widely used as decorative indoor plants and their lush foliage helps in removing toxins from the environment. Their maintenance is not very difficult but if not taken care of well they will start losing their beauty and their tips will start getting dry and pointed.
Plant care -
Areca Palms enjoys moist soil but they are sensitive to overwatering and react negatively when they are waterlogged. Water your plant after the soil starts getting a little dry. Avoid using fluoridated water as areca palms are sensitive to it. Use distilled water or collected rainwater for better results.
For indoor areca palm use a well-draining and peat-based potting mix for best results
These plants like bright sunlight and they can tolerate full sunlight also. But in the very bright hot sun they should be protected otherwise it will scorch the foliage.
Feed your areca palm from spring to early fall with liquid fertilizer heavily, as per the label instructions. Avoid feeling plant when it is dormant during the late fall and winter months
Maintain your beautiful areca palm with the right amount of sunlight and water with a good amount of fertilizers when needed and you’re ready to go to flaunt your beautiful plant.