Intense variegation and packed masses of foliage spread out from the centre of this gorgeous aglaonema variety.
The leaves boast more creamy white variegation than green, and for that reason it can really flourish in that sunny spot by the window, unlike most of its shade loving cousins, where it will continue to grow brilliantly white.
The green speckles that are found up the midrib and margins of the large leaves as well as across the stems work to highlight the striking brilliance of the main leaf body.
This plant is found on rainforest floors around the world, and even in a packed out mass of plants it really stands out because of its unusual colouration.
Temperature This is the most crucial aspect of this plant's care. If it is kept warm and humid, it is likely to do well no matter the other aspects of its conditions.
WateringKeep very well watered in summer, but ensure it is allowed to dry out in winter as these plants have a tendency to rot if cold and wet.
Feeding Feeding well during late spring and midsummer will provide a burst of the whiteness that makes this plant special and give it the help it needs to survive the coming winter.
Tips To ensure the white brilliance of the leaves is maintained, keep it in a bright and warm position and turn the plant once every couple of months. It will survive in a dark spot, but will grow much more slowly and also revert to green.
Light Level Certainly more light required than other aglaonemas, but still no direct sunlight except in the mornings and evenings.