Aglaonemas come from the tropical forests of south-east Asia.
Aglaonemas belong to the aroids family, together with spathifyllum,
dieffenbachia and philodentron. As its "relatives", it has shiny
oval-shaped leaves, with jigged edges, fleshy to the touch and with
impressive alternations of various tones of green. Its flowers look
like small white callas and they produce a few yellow or red fruits.
However, the basic reason for cultivating aglaonemas is their
wonderful foliage and not its colors. Aglaonema is very resistant to
Aglaonemas can be grown to any degree of lighting, from full-light
(filtered - never direct sunlight) to the darkest room of hour home.
Of course, the more the light it gets the most impressive the colors
on its leaves will be. Propagation: Division or stem cuttings