Aglaonema Silver Bay

The shining charm
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Color: Sunset Orange
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At your doorstep within 4-9 business days
Innovative self-watering system
Fill the water reservoir once a month and enjoy thriving plants all year long
Pot Included
Sleek, modern design in an array of colors to complement any home
  • Aglaonema Silver Bay Bio
    The Aglaonema Silver Bay is most loved for its exotic-looking foliage that comes in silver variegated patterns. The narrow, glossy leaves instantly add absolute radiance to any space. Potted in a premium quality self-watering pot with a soft matte finish, the slow-growing Aglaonema Silver Bay can reach up to 3 ft. tall at full maturity. For Aglaonema Silver Bays, the lighter the variegation on the plant's leaves, the more sunlight it needs. And as long as you keep it warm and moist, you'll be rewarded with an exquisite, long-lasting houseplant.
  • Aglaonema Silver Bay Light Requirements
    Aglaonema Silver Bay grows best in a space with bright indirect light, where the sun rays are diffused, and can also adapt to spaces with medium to low light. Avoid placing it in spaces without natural light or with direct sunlight.
  • How does self-watering work?
    • 1
      Simply open the lid and fill with water
    • 2
      The plant drinks only when needed
    • 3
      The result - healthy, long-lived plants that are easy to maintain
    self watering
    easyplant benefits
    • Carefree and convenient
    • Never worry about when to water
    • Much healthier plants that live longer
    Water every1 Month1 Week
    Over compacted dry soilNeverCommon
    Easily know when to water
    Stable root growth
  • What's included
    • A healthy plant potted in our premium potting mix
    • 25"-36" tall (including pot)
    • Self-watering, high quality ceramic pot
    • Free UPS shipping delivered to your doorstep
    • All plants arrive in healthy condition, or we’ll replace them for free
    • We use proven Waterwick TM technology to optimize water consumption