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Aglaonema Tigress is one of the many varieties of the common house plants called Chinese Evergreen. The Tigress has somewhat long and broad leaves that stemmed from its root ball into a bushy mounded form of multiple leaves. Each glossy leaf has striped variations of dark green and grayish cream colors on the top and a solid green underneath. Due to its relation to the Peace Lily family the Aglaonema may produce spathe flowers in the spring or summer. While the Tigress and other Chinese Evergreens are most commonly grown indoors they can do well outside in bright shaded areas, and require moist well-drained soil.
Aglaonema Tigress Key Points
Also known as a Chines Evergreen
Long, broad leaves stemmed from its root ball and grow into a bushy mound
Glossy with striped variations of dark green and grayish cream colors with solid green underneath
May produce spathe flowers
Most commonly grown indoors but will do well outside in bright shaded areas
Require moist well-drained soil
GROWTH & CARE
Growing Zone 14-15
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Mature Height: 8-48
Mature Width: 8-48
Light Needs Partial Shade, Shade
Watering Needs Average Watering
Botanical: Aglaonema Tigress
Plant Directions: Sent with order
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