Aglaonema

Aglaonema ‘Pink Dalmatian’

PINK DALMATIAN CHINESE EVERGREEN

Aglaonema are a family of colorful and easy to grow houseplants. Ideal for a shady spot on the patio, balcony, or in a tropical garden. Best indoors in a well lit room for cooler climates.  ‘Pink Dalmatian’ has bright blue-green foliage, spotted pink speckles. It is easy to see why this beauty is referred to the Dalmatian of the plant world. A slow growing sub-tropical foliage plant with large glossy narrow oval leaves with short stems, and which are often variegated colors. Aglaonema comes from the Greek ‘aglos’ (bright) and ‘nema’ (thread). As a house-plant the main requirements are warmth, out of draughts, moisture, and bright light – particularly for variegated cultivars – but not direct sunlight. Water regularly, but make sure to let it dry out between watering.
Aglaonema 'Pink Dalmatian'
Aglaonema 'Pink Dalmatian'

PLANT TYPE

  • Houseplant

SIZE

  • 10-48″

ZONES

  • USDA 10a-11

GROWING CONDITIONS

FEATURES

Sun Exposure

Indirect Light, Filtered Light

Water Needs

Occasional Watering

Soil Needs

Well-Drained

PH

5.5-8.0 Acid-Neutral

Special Situation

Not Frost Hardy

Foliage Color

Pink, Green

Foliage Season

Evergreen

Flower Color

Cream or Green

Flower Season

Summer

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