Aglaonema silver bay, also known as Chinese evergreen, is known for the striking variegation on its leaves. This plant is insanely easy to care for, making it perfect for beginners. It was one of the first plants I learned how to grow many years ago and that same plant is still going strong to this day. In this post, we’ll learn all about caring for this incredible plant!
Part of what makes Chinese evergreens so easy to care for is that they can thrive in bright, medium, or low light, as long as it’s indirect.
You should water this plant when the top two inches of the soil are dry. If it’s kept too wet, the leaves may start to turn yellow and drop off.
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