Unlike its cousins, Aglaonema Kiwi is a sunworshipper and loves soaking up the rays. A compact clustering of green leaves with frills of white variegation, she looks good with very little effort.
Aglaonemas are known as luck bringing ornamental plants, providing great air purifying qualities and adding delicate, subtle decorative foliage to any living space.
Catch those rays! The Aglaonema Kiwi is at its happiest when placed in a brightly-lit location, however, avoid direct sunlight as this can cause its leaves to burn.
Feeding time! Apply a slow release fertilizer once a month during growing season to keep your Aglaonema Kiwi going and growing strong!
Dodge the drought! The Aglaonema requires its soil to be kept moist at all times so try to avoid letting the soil dry out completely.
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