Aglaonema Red Siam
Aglaonema Red Siam (Red Siam Chinese Evergreen) is a no-fuss tropical plant that displays red and pink tones in its foliage. They make a regal accent to any room where there is medium to bright, indirect light.
Aglaonema Siam Aurora (Red Aglaonema) is known for its vivid red and glossy foliage, making them a popular houseplant. It is native to the tropical and subtropical climate of Asia, where they thrive in bright and indirect sunlight and well-drained soil. Red Aglaonema is a lovely addition to your collection of plants, especially if you have it displayed in a beautiful pot.
Their stunning foliage makes them eye-catching to a plant lover. Siam Aurora loves high humid environments like its native habitat in warm rainforests. Allow the soil to dry before watering them, and make sure there is an excellent draining hole in the pot to prevent root rot.
Fertilizing them during their growing season using a balanced liquid fertilizer will help them bloom into a healthy ones. You can propagate them via stem cuttings, seeds, or root division. This plant is toxic to humans and pets, so make sure not to mingle with them.
You can grow them in USDA Zone 10-11.
To care for the aglaonema ‘Siam Aurora,’ grow the red Aglaonema in medium to high indirect sunlight. Plant the Aglaonema in loose, well-draining soil and water the plant only when the soil partially dries. ‘Siam Aurora’ prefers high humidity and a temperature range of 65°F to 76°F (18°C – 24°C). Aglaonema ‘Siam Aurora’ grows as a beautiful indoor plant with a medium growth rate. Growing in pots indoors, the colorful leafy foliage grows a maximum of 3 ft. (1 m) tall and 3 ft. (1 m) wide. The best place to grow a red Aglaonema plant is in a bright location. If you put the Aglaonema pot on a sunny windowsill, it’s vital to protect it from direct sunlight. However, the ‘Siam Aurora’ will keep its red and green variegated leaves even if you put the plant in a shaded room. Because it loves humidity and doesn’t mind low lighting, a red Aglaonema is also a suitable plant for your bathroom. If you notice that the plant starts to wilt, you should move it to a brighter place. Red ‘Siam Aurora’ Aglaonema grows best when it gets plenty of indirect sunlight. Bright light helps keep the vibrant red and green colors on the leaves. Red Aglaonemas are also plants that tolerate low light; however, you may notice that you lose some of the bright red leaf markings. In winter, you may have to move the red Aglaonema to a brighter location. The cooler temperatures and darker days can cause the plant’s growth to slow down. It’s also best to water the plant less frequently in winter. the red ‘Siam Aurora’ contains toxins that can be harmful to animals and humans. According to the ASPCA, Chinese evergreen (Aglaonema) plants contain insoluble calcium oxalates. These toxins are harmful to cats and dogs. Ingesting them can cause oral irritation, swelling, and difficulty swallowing.
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