Aglaonema Commutatum is a flowering family plant genus, Araceae. They come from Asian and New Guinean tropical and subtropical areas. Also, Chinese call them evergreens! These are perennials with stems that grow upright, decreasing, and shrinking. Additionally, the nodes can be embedded in stones that grow along the floor.
A coronation of large sheets, sometimes variated in silver and green color in wild species, is usually found. Also, the inflorescence has spadixed unisexual flowers, with a short area of female flowers close to the base, and a larger area of males near the top. The fruit is a fleshy red berry. The fruit covers one large seed in a thin layer. The genus plants are indigenous to the warm, shady tropical forests.
Moreover, it rarely blossoms as a household. A little creamy white spadix with pale green spadix is present in each axillary flower (typical arum family), usually in the late summer to early fall.
Most importantly, Aglaonema commutatum is the kind of evergreen perennial that can make any space look exceptionally attractive with it’s lush green beauty!
Below are some of the essential Caring Tips:
- Temperature: The plant prefers a pleasantly warm temperature (20 C to 30 C).
- Sun: They live under low light and are common household plants.
- Soil: This plant asks for Well drained, naturally aspirated mix of potting.
- Water: Reduce watering between early autumn and late winter.
- Height: This plant take the height of 100-150 feet.
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