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4" Aglaonema Tricolor

 Medium to bright indirect light


 Allow to dry out half way


 Enjoys higher humidity


Aglaonema Tricolor is an ideal indoor plant with vibrant, colorful foliage.  It is easy to care for and makes a perfect addition to any home or office.  With its bright green and white leaves, Aglaonema Tricolor is a showstopper.

This plant prefers higher than average humidity but can do just fine in ambient household humidity with a little extra attention.

Aglaonema Tricolor care:

Aglaonema pictum Tricolor prefers a well draining soil that can retain a little moisture, but not stay too wet.  Allow your plant to dry out about halfway between watering, taking care to not allow it to sit in excess water.  Provide your light with low to bright indirect light.

Additional information:

Aglaonema, commonly known as Chinese Evergreen, are shrubs that are commonly found in tropical to subtropical regions of Asia and New Guinea.

These plants are typically known for their low light tolerance, though they will thrive in bright indirect light.  Aglaonema are known to be very tolerant of most growing conditions, which makes them the perfect starter plant for your indoor plant collection.

Aglaonema are not usually collected for their flowers, but instead for their colorful foliage.  There is a vast array of different Aglaonema cultivars on the market.  You'll find them in a multitude of colorful foliage combinations: pink, white, red and greens.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
Obsessed 🤩

Wishlist plant and what brought me to Canopy Plant’s website. I can’t stop staring at this beauty and can’t wait to watch it grow.

Joseph Ramirez
Amazing and beautiful!!!

The plant showed up better then I thought and I can stop looking at it!!

Christine Terito

Clearly has become my top 3 favorite plants!

Skylar O
Simply Amazing!

I love my Aglaonemas! This one is my favorite of them all. I’ve had it for maybe two weeks and it’s flourishing, new sprouts popping up and leaves on the way.