4 Easy Ways to Care for Aglaonema Plants

It is no longer a secret, if in this pandemic era the trend of ornamental plants is increasingly popular with many people. Even though this trend was extinct several years earlier, it could also be influenced by the pandemic so that this trend has risen again. More and more people like ornamental plants, and of course for some people this is a good thing because this business prospect is increasingly promising.

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As a matter of fact, some of these plants are really expensive! The taste of some of these plants is that only the rich can afford them. Call it like Sansevieria, Aglaonema, Anthurium, Adenium, and many other plant names whose prices skyrocket! In fact, not all of the owners of expensive ornamental plants also have the knowledge of how to care for them. One of my friends also has ornamental plants, but in terms of maintenance, she has to use a consultant for one reason or another.

So, through this article, I will give a few tips on how to care for ornamental plants, especially the owners of Aglaonema plants. Aglaonema itself is an ornamental plant species that easily lives in subtropical to tropical areas. And this time, let me share some tips about caring for Aglaonema. Hopefully it will be useful for all of you especially Aglaonema plant lovers.

1. Try to stay away from direct sunlight

According to several sources that I have seen, Aglaonema will grow better if it is not directly exposed to sunlight. Direct sunlight can cause the leaves to turn yellow and wilt. So in this case, for those of you who have this ornamental plant to keep this plant with enough sunlight.

2. Is it true that low temperature or cold is not good?

Quoting from Plant Care Today, this plant only has a low tolerance for cold temperatures. This plant does not like growing in air temperatures below 16 degrees Celsius. Try to give it comfort and good humidity even if the Aglonema is planted and placed indoors.

3. No Need to Water Too Often

Aglaonema plant owners are obliged to ensure the availability of adequate nutrients and water during the dry season, by watering Aglaonema two to three times a week. However, if the rainy season or winter arrives. In addition, also pay attention to use clean water to water the parts of the plant and wet the leaves to wash them from dirty dust or bacteria.

4. Adjust Humidity

Aglaonema also needs attention to the humidity of the air, too dry it will not be fresh, but too wet can even rot the roots. Therefore, it is obligatory to outsmart by giving pebbles on the soil surface. Then water regularly and circulate air to the plants through the holes in the plant pots.

Those are some tips that I can share in this article. It is also important to be diligent in providing fertilizer and make sure to use organic soil in pots / containers used for aglaonema plants.

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