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Delray Plants Live Red Aglaonema Easy to Grow House Plant, in 6-inch Grower Pot, Great Gift

Colorful living houseplant features green glossy, red-tinged leaves that adds instant decor to any room. Red Aglaonema has an exotic, tropical look and is as colorful as any bouquet of flowers--but much longer lasting. If you love the beauty of flowers but want something more long lasting, try Red Aglaonema in your home. This easy to grow indoor houseplant is native to warm areas of Asia, but will grow happily indoors in your home when placed in bright indirect light. Red Aglaonema is a popular decorator choice for homes because of its beautiful red-tinged leaves. If you want to add life to your living room, bedroom, or bathroom, add Red Aglaonema houseplants to your home. ONE OF THE MOST COLORFUL HOUSEPLANTS--AND THE EASIEST TO GROW!Red Aglaonema is so beautiful, but it is also very easy to care for. RED AGLAONEMA ADDS EXOTIC ALLURE TO INDOOR DECOR:Delray Plants Red Aglaonema houseplant is shipped in a grower pot and can be dropped into a decorative pot. Make sure the container has drain holes, because it’s important that this plant doesn’t sit in wet soil. This houseplant is ideal for living rooms, bedrooms, bathrooms, and kitchens. For the winter holidays, use Red Aglaonema where you use poinsettias because of its holiday hues. HOUSE PLANTS REMOVE TOXINS FROM THE INDOOR AIR: NASA’s Clean Air Study concluded that houseplants promote better air quality in your home. The study by NASA found that Aglaonema houseplants actively remove chemical pollutants from the air. All plants help purify the air by removing carbon dioxide and producing oxygen. Here’s a tip: NASA researchers recommend at least one houseplant for every 100 square feet to improve the air quality in your home. CARE FOR YOUR RED AGLAONEMA IS EASY: Light: Grow Red Aglaonema in medium or indirect bright light for best results. Bright, indirect light will keep leaves colorful, glossy, and healthy. If your Red Aglaonema doesn't get enough light, the leaves will be less colorful. If your plant gets too much light, leaves may burn. Water: Red Aglaonema likes to be watered regularly; add water when the surface of the soil feels dry. Red Aglaonema may go for a week or two without needing water. The frequency of watering will depend on your plant’s pot size, how much light it gets, and the indoor temperature of your home. Like most houseplants, Red Aglaonema also likes humidity. Boost humidity for your Red Aglaonema by placing it in humid rooms (like your bathroom!), place a small humidifier nearby, or group it near other houseplants. Feeding: Fertilize Red Aglaonema a few times a year, in spring and summer, to keep it healthy. Use a general-purpose fertilizer labeled for houseplant use. Follow the directions on the fertilizer packaging. Pruning/Shaping: Red Aglaonema typically doesn't require pruning or shaping to keep its good looks. Repotting: Repot your Red Aglaonema when it becomes root bound.(A houseplant is root bound when roots appear in the soil or begin to escape through drain holes in the pot bottom.) A well-draining potting soil mixture for is recommended when repotting. Never repot houseplants using soil from your yard. Outdoor Options: In summer, Red Aglaonema can be grown outdoors. Red Aglaonema makes a great annual mixer for planters and in garden beds and borders. Bring plants inside before frost. RED AGLAONEMA SAFETY: Delray Plants Red Aglaonema is not intended for human or animal consumption. Keep this plant out of reach of children and pets. ABOUT THE GROWER: Delray Plants is a subsidiary of Costa Family Farms. We are a third-generation family-run business stretching from South Florida to North Carolina. We have 5,500 hard working employees that farm and cultivate a variety of beautiful plants that you can bring home today. read more