Your Aglaonema prefers bright to medium indirect light, but can also adapt to low light. Prolonged exposure to direct light can burn the leaves. If you notice the coloration fading on your Aglaonema, try placing the plant in a brighter location with indirect light.


Water your Aglaonema when 50% of the soil volume is dry. Water slowly, allowing it to soak into the soil, until liquid flows through the drainage hole at the bottom of the pot. Discard any water that has accumulated in the saucer.


Your Agaonema does well in average household humidity. However, if the air is very dry, it will appreciate the occasional humidity boost using a pebble tray or humidifier.


Your Aglaonema prefers temperatures between 65-75°F. Avoid drafty areas and temperatures below 60°F.


Feed your Aglaonema monthly during the spring and summer months with a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength. Feed once during the fall season. No fertilizer is needed during the winter months when growth naturally slows.


Your Aglaonema is mildly toxic to pets and humans. Typically, ingestion will cause mouth and stomach irritation and possible vomiting.