AGLAONEMA PSEUDO-BRACTEATUM (FEATHER-LEAF)

(Araceae) origin: Malaya

A decorative, bushy plant, with spear-shaped leaves, about 9 in. long and 2 in. across, on short stems. Irregular golden-yellow markings along the centre of the leaf give way to grey-green and finally to dark green on the border of the leaf. A rather delicate plant requiring constant warmth and humidity in a draught-free, shady position. It needs plenty of water in summer but careful watering in winter with a minimum temperature of 55° F. (13° C). Feed regularly with a liquid fertilizer in spring and summer.

Species: Aglaonema nitidum Family: Araceae Ima...

Species: Aglaonema nitidum Family: Araceae Image No. 3 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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01. February 2013 by admin
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