Aglaonema are very good for beginners or people who just don’t have much time to care for their plants.

Aglaonema Etta Rose does best in medium to bright, indirect light. Do not put in full sunlight! This Aglaonema requires more light than others to retain the pink hues.

This plant will do well if you keep the plant evenly moist or water every few weeks. Allow the top of the soil to dry before watering.

You do not need to fertilize aglaonema but doing so once or twice a year using a general purpose houseplant fertilizer will give the best results.

Common Name:   Chinese Evergreen

Origin:   Tropics and subtropics of Asia and New Guinea

Available in 6 inch

Not meant for human or animal consumption.