Aglaonema Spitfire has simply incredible foliage with multicolour leaves made up of splashes of dark green, pale cream, light pink and deep pinks. The exiting thing is you never know what colour new leaf it will throw out next. Every new leaf is completely unique.
Aglaonema Spitfire Characteristics
|Aglaonema Spitfire is a slow growing hardy and easy to care plant with dark green, pale cream, light pink and deep pinks leaves. It’s so easy-going due to its tolerance for both moist and dry conditions.
|Height: 30-60cm – Width: 30-60cm.
|Multicolour leaves made up of splashes of dark green, pale cream, light pink and deep pinks.
|Bright, filtered sunlight, no direct sun. Can adapt to low light levels, but amount of speckles will reduce.
|A well-drained, lightly acidic potting soil.
|Every 1 week. It needs to be watered when the first 1 – 2 inches of soil is dry, that usually takes about 1 week in an average home environment. It may vary depends on environment and light condition, but it’s always safer to underwater or give the soil a check before doing the watering.
|Shaded patio or indoors in a well lit room. Suited to underplanting in tropical style gardens.