Packing a punch as a stand-alone plant, the Aglaonema B.J. Freedman exhibits a parade of mottled, silvery variegation, on a backdrop of elongated lime leaves. This arrangement of overflowing flora can grow quite big, slowly and subtly stealing the show!
Not feeling too fine! Yellow and brown leaf edges are an ugly result of overwatering. Using lukewarm water, keeping the soil moist but not soggy is the right way to go.
Feeding time! Apply a slow release fertilizer once a month during growing season to keep your Aglaonema B.J. Freedman going and growing strong!
Time for a spring clean! Use a damp cloth to remove any dust settling on your Aglaonema’s leaves to keep it in tip-top condition.
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