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Care Guide | Aglaonema Red Vein

If the soil is maintained excessively damp, aglaonemas are vulnerable to root rot. Make sure your pot has adequate drainage, and don't allow the plant sit in water.

Make use of a potting mix that drains effectively, such as one made specifically for houseplants or a combination of pine bark, perlite, and peat moss.

Aglaonemas prefer bright, indirect light. They are adaptable and can thrive in low light conditions, making them suitable for offices or rooms with few windows.

Yellow leaves can indicate overwatering, underwatering, or exposure to cold drafts. Adjust watering and placement accordingly.

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