A silver-green plant to add subtle touches of nature to your room or office
The Evergreen 'Diamond Bay' plant stands out with its stunning variegated foliage in silver hues.
Its leaves display a captivating blend of soft colours, with a silver-green centre, green edges, and lighter tones in between.
This unique and delicate leaf pattern is perfect to add a subtle touch of natural beauty to your home, specially in bedrooms or offices where you want to infuse a green vibe without making a bold statement.
Tough and Low Maintenance: As a member of the resilient Evergreen family, the 'Diamond Bay' is renowned for its hardiness and low-maintenance nature.
Suitable for All Levels of Plant Enthusiasts: It's the perfect combination of striking foliage and ease of care, making it an ideal choice for both novice and experienced plant enthusiasts.
Air-Purifying: Beyond its visual appeal, the Chinese Evergreen 'Diamond Bay' also contributes to a healthier indoor environment. It helps purify the air and improve its quality, creating a more comfortable and enjoyable living space.
Fun Fact: The darker green varieties of Aglaonema can grow in partial shade, whereas the variegated varieties require brighter light.
Aglaonema Evergreen 'Diamond Bay' Care Guide
In the wild, it grows beneath the leaf canopy of larger trees and shrubs, so no direct sun reaches its leaves. It likes dappled light.
Likes to be watered thoroughly in the summer. Mist it often to raise the humidity. During the winter, reduce watering but do not let it dry out completely.
Prefers warm to high temperatures, ideally between 18-23°C but it can cope with as low as 15°C.
A wee bit of liquid fertiliser every 2-3 weeks during growing season is all it needs.
It won't need much grooming, just remove dead leaves.
Yellowing leaves can be due to over or under watering. Make sure its soil is moist but not wet and it should be all good.
Aglaonema Evergreen 'Diamond Bay' General Information
Subtropical rainforests of Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.
It can grow to a height of 2 m.
Its leaves contain insoluble calcium oxalates which can be poisonous to pets and children if ingested, so best to keep me away from nibblers.