What is aglaonema Snow White?
Aglaonema Snow White is hardy, drought tolerant, low maintenance, air purifier and good luck bringer houseplant, it does not require to be fed or watered frequently and does exceedingly well at indoors environment. Aglaonemas are an outstanding shade plants, one of the most cultivated in ornamental plants horticulture.
How do I identify my aglaonema?
Its long and narrow lance-shaped leaves almost look like daggers, and are pale silver-green in color with interesting dark green patterns on them. The stems on which the leaves grow are short and clustered giving the plant a full, lush appearance.
How do you save aglaonema from root rot?
Aglaonema stalks retain water for the plant in periods of drought. If there is too much water in the soil and the stalks are also full of water, this can cause the plant to rot. In this case, hold off on watering, aerate (or in severe cases replace) the soil, and prune away any rotting stalks.