Common Name:Â Chinese Evergreen (Hybrid), Valentine Aglaonema, Red Aglaonema, Pink Anyamanee, Aglaonema Thai Pink
Botanical Name:Â Aglaonema anyamanee
Other names:Â Aglaonema Pink
Origin:Â South East Asia
Â Words canâ€™t say enough about this plant! Aglaonema Pink has got an endless list of features - it provides perfect dÃ©cor with its big leaves having contrasting pink & green color; offers natural air-purification; can survive poor lighting & low ventilation; gives outstanding shade. And the list goes on and on. It is also known as â€œChinese Evergreenâ€ due to its origin & ability to retain freshness throughout the year. Apart from its striking looks & many attributes, this plant is professed to bring fortune to your home. The intense pink foliage with green nerve-like pattern is the hallmark of this plant and it simply makes this beauty irresistibly attractive for any plant lover.
Growth Habits:Â Up to 40 inches (â‰ˆ 100 cms)
Soil Requirement:Â Any well drained potting mix
Watering Schedule:Â Twice a week
Light condition:Â 4 â€“ 5 hours of indirect sunlight
Ideal Temperature:Â Anywhere between 16 - 32 degree Celsius
Repotting instructions:Â These plants do not require much repotting. You may be required to do it once in two years. Use some fresh soil while repotting.
Suitable Locations:Â Anyplace is fine where the plant can get indirect low light like Balcony, closer to window, floor accent, etc.
Â â€¢ Water only when the top of the soil is completely dry to touch. â€¢ You can wipe the big leaves of this plant with a moistened cloth or cotton to remove dust & dirt. â€¢ Right place for this plant is very important. You will need to find a spot of low indirect light. Too much sunlight can damage the leaves. â€¢ Always remove dead, infected, or damaged plant parts and discard them.