Chinese Evergreen, Aglaonema, Silver Bay (Excludes: CA, AZ, AK, HI, PR)

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USDA Prohibits Shipping Live Plants to: AZ, CA, AK, HI, PR. If you reside in one of the states listed, your order will be cancelled.

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The Aglaonema Silver Bay is one of the larger leafed Chinese Evergreens.
Each leaf blade can be as long as 12 inches and another 5 inches coming from the petiole.
The glossy, broad 4 inch leaves grow upright from the root ball showing a bushy mound of leaves as a result.
Each leaf has a middle portion that is solid grayish silver and on the edges is alternating light green and grey.
The Silver Bay is tolerant to limited water and even over watering.
It is most common as an indoor plant as a bold piece to interior design.
Outdoors, in well-shaded and well-drained, moist areas it also is a beautiful piece to tropical landscapes.
With relations to the Peace Lilies the Aglaonema may bloom spathes seasonally.

Aglaonema Silver Bay Key Points

Larger leafed Chinese Evergreen Glossy broad leaves that grow upright and form into a bushy mound 

Tolerant to little watering and over watering

Common as an indoor plant but can grow outdoors too Requires shaded well-drained areas to flourish Blooms spathes seasonally

GROWTH & CARE

Growing Zone: 11-15

Mature Height: 20-24

Mature Width: 20-24

Light Needs: Partial Shade, Full Shade

Watering Needs: Average Watering

Blooms: Indeterminate

Botanical: Aglaonema, Silver Bay

Plant Directions: Sent with order

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