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The Aglaonema Silverado is one of the many Chinese Evergreens commonly grown as house plants. The popularity of the Chinese Evergreens is that they do not require a lot of care or natural sunlight to keep its green color. The Silverado has glossy, broad leaves that stem from its root ball into a full bushy mound. What makes this Evergreen stand out from its cousins is the foliage with green back sides and silver, grayish middles that is surrounded by dark green along the edges. It may produce seasonal spathe flowers but it is most admired for its intricate foliage. The Aglaonema can also flourish outside in bright shaded areas with well-drained soil.
Aglaonema Silverado Key Points
A Chinese Evergreen commonly grown as a house plant
Popular due to its low need for care and light
Glossy, broad leaves stemmed from its root ball that grows into a full bushy mound
Foliage has a green back side with a silver, grayish middle surrounded by dark green on the edges
Can be outside in bright shaded areas with well-drained soil
GROWTH & CARE
Growing Zone 10-11
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Mature Height: 1-2
Mature Width: 1-2
Light Needs Partial Shade, Full Shade
Watering Needs Average Watering
Botanical: Aglaonema, Silverado
Plant Directions: Sent with order
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