Aglaonema Commutatum like bright indirect sunlight, to much direct light will cause their leaves to burn. Allowing the soil to dry out between watering is important, as too much water will cause the leaves to turn yellow and fall off, if its too wet it may lead to root rot. Re-potting every one to two years or when you notice the plant becoming root bound, using a well draining airy soil will keep your plant healthy.
Aglaonema Commutatum 'Maria Christina', also known as Chinese Evergreen.
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