Origin and care
The origin of the Aglaonema is Southeast Asia and belongs to the Arum Family. The plant is found in the tropical rainforests under the dense foliage. The plant grows slowly and the shelf life of this plant is very good and also operates the air-purifying plant. The Aglaonema requires little maintenance. Make sure that the roots do not remain in the water. The soil in the summer and keep slightly moist in winter is allowed to dry the plant between waterings, in this way the plant at its best. If the plant occasionally once sprayed this reduces the risk of spinning.
To keep the plant free of dust, it is wise to put the plant on a quarterly basis in the shower. Cover the ground up so that it is not wet and rinse the leaves above and below off. This also prevents pests.