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Aglaonema Silver Bay

Aglaonema Silver Bay

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6" Pot Size

Experience Level Needed: Low-Medium

Mature Size

can reach a mature size of 4' but is slower growing so may take a long time to reach it.


One of the best indoor plants for home or offices. Aglaonema Silver Bay is one of the toughest houseplants out there. It can tolerate much lower light levels than the average houseplant. As a bonus it is a quite attractive plant with some nice silver-green variegation on its leaves.


If you place your Aglaonema Silver Bay in high light, you can allow the potting mix to dry down 1/2 to 3/4 of the way out before watering thoroughly. In a lower light situation, allow soil of your Aglaonema plant to dry almost completely between waterings.

Light Requirements 

The Aglaonema Silver Bay is a great house plant for just about any location except full sun. Full sun, especially through glass, will scorch the exposed leaves. Aglaonema plants will survive in low light but will become thin and leggy. For a nice looking plant, try to provide bright, diffused natural light or some artificial fluorescent light. This plant will do quite well with just artificial lighting. For this reason it is ideal for use in professional office spaces.

Additional Care Tips And Info

Temperatures should not drop any lower than 15 degrees Celsius.

To help keep your Aglaonema Silver Bay house plant full and bushy, remove some of the new leaves as they appear. Do this by firmly grasping the stem the new leaf grows from and hold the new leaf near its base and gently pull. It should come out entirely and this is preferred. Do not use scissors. Leaves, stems etc. should be removed completely with no "stump" left behind. Wounds on a plant allow for entry of disease and can attract insects. Remove flowers or bracts in the same way.

Problems with Aglaonema Silver Bay should be few. They are one of the best Aglaonema plants to care for and they do well in almost any environment. They are prone to stem and root rot if the soil is kept overly wet. Aglaonema will become leggy if kept in low light for extended periods of time. For this reason you may wish to rotate it to a brighter room every month or two.