Aglaonema Katrina is one of the many Chinese Evergreen that every lucky plant lovers are collecting. This plant for sale in Manila has a beautifully patterned green and red leaves. This is a known plant among Feng Shui experts with its ability to bring prosperity and good fortune on your homes. Aglaonemas in general are low maintenance and perfect for newbies in planting.
- Plant height of 4 to 6 inches
- Small – minimum of 4 leaves
- Medium – minimum of 8 leaves
- Large – minimum of 12 leaves
- XLarge – minimum 20 leaves
- Pot diameter of 4 to 5 inches
This plant for sale in Manila originated from China and commonly found in tropical forests. These are usually imported from different Asian countries. People around the world really take their time to look for Chines Evergreens because of the believed luck and fortune it brings.
Aglaonema Katrina love bright indirect light but can still tolerate low light areas in your homes. Like any other Aglaonemas, this plant needs to be evenly moist. Make sure to check the top soil is dry in between waterings just to make sure that the soil would not be too soggy to ruin the root system of the plant.
This Aglaonema for sale in Manila will droop when it’s thirsty. On the other hand, yellowing leaves can be a sign of overwatering which can lead to root rot. Aglaonemas don’t like their soil damp so deep watering once a week should be enough. It’s also good to know that it’s natural in a plant’s life cycle to have old leaves (that are usually at the bottom) die. This can mean that a new sprout might be on the way!
Propagating Aglaonemas can be done through stem cutting, or root division, and water propagation or soil propagation. With using stem cuttings, choose a mature stem that’s several inches long. Identical small bumps might be seen in the stem and this is where new roots can grow so make sure to include them in your cutting. Afterwards, you can bury them in soil (optional: treat your soil with rooting hormone) and wait for rooting to take place. With root division, this can be done when repotting as Aglaonemas produce new stems over time. All you have to do is split up these stems carefully by hand and plant them into separate pots. Care for your cuttings as you would with a normal Aglaonema plant, and roots should start to appear after 3 to 4 weeks.
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