Just Because Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah
Light: Your Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah prefers indirect bright light. Don’t place your Aglaonema in direct sunlight, this can burn and bleach the leaves. Watering: Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah is drought resistant and doesn’t like being overwatered. Water when 50% of the soil is dry. Water until it flows through the bottom drainage holes of your pot. Fertilizer: Use an all-purpose liquid fertilizer during spring and summer.
The Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah is a relatively low-maintenance plant that is easy to care for and thrives in indoor environments.
During winter months, spritz your Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah plant with water daily when the air is dry. Misting will also help keep the leaves clean and dust-free.
Potting & Container
When potting your Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah plant choose a pot with drainage holes in the bottom. Make sure to use a potting mix that drains quickly. Select an area with bright, indirect light and water once a week if needed.