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Aglaonema Siam at a Glance
Water once a month with
13"-16" tall (including pot)
Can reach up to 2 to 3 feet tall and a width of 1 to 2 feet
Ideal for low light environments
May bloom in spring and summer
Place it near the living room sofa for a cozy green spot
Aglaonema Siam Bio
Native to the tropical and subtropical regions of Asia and New Guinea, Aglaonema Siam has been cultivated for centuries as a good luck charm. Known to live a long and healthy life, it is believed to bring wellbeing to the home and all its dwellers. Aglaonema Siam wears a vibrant, ruby-hued foliage that vivaciously warms up every space.
Aglaonema Siam 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?
- 1Simply open the lid and fill with water
- 2The plant drinks only when needed
- 3The result - healthy, long-lived plants that are easy to maintain
- Carefree and convenient
- Never worry about when to water
- Much healthier plants that live longer
- We use proven Waterwick TM technology to optimize water consumption
|Over compacted dry soil
|Easily know when to water
|Stable root growth
Aglaonema Siam Care
During your Aglaonema Siam’s first few days at home, one or two leaves might wilt, and should be cut. This is a normal part of adjustment and no cause for concern. Once adjusted, Aglaonema Siam is very easy to care for, and will reward your love for it by quickly bouncing back from any mishap. To help it grow optimally and evenly, occasionally dust the leaves and rotate the pot by a ¼ turn once a month
Frequently Asked Questions
How tall does an Aglaonema Siam grow?
The Aglaonema Siam grows fairly slowly. In optimal conditions, it can reach up to 3 feet tall and 3 feet wide.
Does Aglaonema Siam need sunlight?
The Aglaonema Siam thrives with indirect bright light. It can adapt to low light, but it will have slower growth. Direct morning sunlight is okay for this plant, but definitely avoid direct afternoon sunlight because it can burn the leaves.