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The Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah is one of the many Chinese Evergreen variations that are commonly grown as houseplants. It has slender glossy leaves that grow from the root ball of the plant and becomes a bushy mound of colorful leaves. The Sparkling Sarah has a variation of pinks, greens, and gray in its foliage. The outer rims and primary vein of the leaf is pinkish red while the rest of the leaf is alternating green and grey-ish stripes.
Sparkling Sarahs color show best if planted or placed in a partially shaded area, and with well-drained soil. The Aglaonemas may bloom spathes in the spring or summer seasons.
Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah Key Points
One of the many types of Chinese Evergreen house plants
Slender, glossy colorful leaves that grow into a bushy mound
The primary vein and outer edges are pinkish red and the middle is alternating green and grey
Does best in partially shaded areas with well-drained soil
Common as a house plant but can be planted outside
May bloom spathes
GROWTH & CARE
Growing Zone 10a-11
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Mature Height: 18-24
Mature Width: 24-36
Light Needs Partial Shade, Full Shade
Watering Needs Average Watering
Botanical: Aglaonema, Sparkling Sarah
Plant Directions: Sent with order
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