PLANT CARE ( Aglaonema Red Anjamani )
|The perfect temperature for growth is +20 °C +25 °C (68 – 77 °F).|
|Medium to bright indirect light; keep out of direct sunlight.|
|The average humidity is 40 – 50%.|
|Water thoroughly weekly; allow the top half of soil to dry out between watering.|
Continuously make certain to survey the Aglaonema Red Anjamani plant’s watering needs after getting it. Prior to giving your plant a beverage, it is ideal to check the dampness level in the dirt first by utilizing your finger or a dirt test. You may likewise consider circulating air through the dirt of your plant before the underlying watering. Aglaonema likes to dry out between waterings, so feel the dirt with your finger a couple of creeps down to guarantee it isn’t damp right underneath the surface. During the time of dynamic development, aglaonema ought to be taken care of with fluid mineral manure 2 times each month. However, try not to take care of the plant in winter.
Aglaonema Red Anjamani develops gradually, so youthful plants ought to be repotted consistently in spring, while grown-up ones – each 3-5 years or less. Aglaonema gives great development of leaves when its underlying foundations are restricted by the little size of the pot. Remember there should be great seepage at the lower part of the pot. However, Aglaonema spreads by seeds, cuttings, and the detachment of little girl plants. Aglaonema is challenging to engender as it develops gradually, as a matter of fact. The simplest way is to partition the bramble during repotting, isolating all around established shoots with 3-4 new leaves.
An example picture gives a trustworthy image of the plant with good care. The plant in the example picture is not the real plant to deliver. This is an example, so variations are possible. Eventually, the delivered plant may differ in for example size, the number of flowers & branches, The Plant Will be in a Plastic Pot Not The One Shown In The Picture.