Chinese Evergreen - GhostRegular price R 320.00
Scientific name: Aglaonema ‘Ghost’
Synonyms: Chinese Evergreen ‘Ghost’, Aglaonema Frosted Ghost
- Versatile Houseplant
- Attractive Grey Green Foliage
- Air Purifying Qualities
- Gorgeous Accent Piece
- Super Easy Care
This fascinating Chinese Evergreen Ghost is an attractive full-foliaged houseplant, displaying attractive grey-green foliage, that will add contrast and interest to any interior space.
The ease and versatile nature of Aglaonemas often make them the right choice for either an indoor office or home environment. Having the ability to tolerate damp and dry conditions, and thriving regardless of low light, they are a good choice for less than ideal lighting conditions or houseplant owners looking for something a little more low maintenance.
This highly appealing masterpiece will make you feel as if you've relocated to the deep tropical forests of Asia in search of something exotic. The Chinese Evergreen is the quintessential home improvement plant for anyone seeking not only that fresh Jungle feeling but also its outstanding air purification properties.
To make your Chinese Evergreen the centre of attention, consider the following tips:
- Combine with a Ceramic Planter for a bold Tabletop focal point.
- For something a little more quirky, consider an Afri-Chic Basket.
- Make a floor or tabletop display pop with a stylish Pot and Plant Stand combo.
Follow these instructions to keep your Chinese Evergreen healthy and happy.
- Water: Water well and then allow the soil to dry out a little between watering - the top 75% of the soil should be dry before watering again. Do not overwater.
- Light: Will grow in low light situations, but prefer brighter indirect light conditions to look its best.
- Humidity: Appreciates moderate humidity.
- Fertilize: Feed monthly during the growing season (Spring through Summer) with diluted liquid plant fertilizer. Avoid feeding in Winter, unless the Plant is still actively growing.
Read up on our Detailed Chinese Evergreen Care Instructions Here.
Please note: Aglaonema are toxic to pets and humans. Please do not attempt to eat your houseplant.