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James Burghardt

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Juliette Chinese Evergreen)

Aglaonema is a genus of more than 20 species and many cultivated varieties and hybrids. The members of the genus are naturally distributed across the warm, humid, tropical forest of Asia. The cultivated varieties are highly prized as easy, tough indoor plants, selected for their striking leaves and used as houseplants, conservatory specimens, container plants, or bedding plants where growing conditions are favorable.

These plants are evergreen, tender perennials. Most grow fleshy stems...

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Maria Chinese Evergreen)

Valued for their large, handsome evergreen leaves and tough constitution, aglaonemas are among the most familiar shade-loving houseplants. The lance-shaped, glossy, dark-green leaves of the hybrid cultivar 'Maria' are strikingly decorated with silvery flecks and chevrons. Ornamentally insignificant flowers with small white spathes appear sporadically. Slower growing than many other cultivars, it is a good choice where space is limited.

Aglaonemas like humidity, bright shade, and moist, well-drained...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Nicole Chinese Evergreen)

Valued for their large, handsome evergreen leaves and tough constitution, aglaonemas are among the most familiar shade-loving houseplants. The lance-shaped, glossy, dark-green leaves of the hybrid cultivar 'Nicole' are strikingly decorated with broad jagged silvery midveins. Ornamentally insignificant flowers with small white spathes appear sporadically.

Aglaonemas like warmth, humidity, bright shade, and moist, well-drained soil, but will settle for less. They work well as an indoor container...

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Jessie Keith

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Peacock Chinese Evergreen)

Valued for their large, handsome evergreen leaves and tough constitution, aglaonemas are among the most familiar shade-loving houseplants. The silvery, lance-shaped leaves of the hybrid cultivar 'Peacock' are strikingly decorated with dark green flecks and yellowish midribs. Ornamentally insignificant flowers with small white spathes appear sporadically.

Aglaonemas like humidity, bright shade, and moist, well-drained soil, but will settle for less. 'Peacock' is less sensitive to cold and thus...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Silver Bay Chinese Evergreen)

Silver Bay Chinese Evergreen is a clump-forming tropical perennial prized for its uniquely patterned foliage. The leaves are lance-shaped, broad, glossy and colored a pale, silvery green between the veins. The edge of the leaves is dark green with silver markings. This tropical does bloom and produces small, rather uninspiring white spathes (sail-shaped flowers)among or just below the foliage.

Chinese evergreen prefers partial to heavy shade outdoors and moderately fertile, moist, well-drained...

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Jesse Saylor

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, White Lance Chinese Evergreen)

Chinese evergreen ‘White Lance’ is a clump-forming tropical perennial prized for its unique foliage. The leaves are very narrow, lance-shaped, long and glossy. They tend to grow upright and arching and are pale, silver with a very narrow irregular dark green edges. The leaf stems are pale green with dark green blotches. This selection readily produces suckers and forms large clumps more quickly than other aglaonemas. Blooms are produced and are small, rather uninspiring white spathes (sail-shaped...

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James H. Schutte

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen)

This bushy tropical is a popular houseplant and garden plant for warm shade gardens and container plantings. In its native Philippines and Indonesia it grows thickly to create a lush groundcover under large shade trees. It is a fully evergreen tender perennial with large, lance-shaped to elliptical leaves and lovely silver blotching. The upright plants spread slowly from fleshy rhizomes (underground stems) to form substantial clumps.

This thick, leathery leaves alternately clasp the stem with...

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James Burghardt

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen, Emerald Beauty Chinese Evergreen)

The name ‘Emerald Beauty’ says it all. This compact, well-branched tropical evergreen has dark green leaves blotched with lighter green-gray markings.

This bushy tropical is a popular houseplant and garden plant for warm shade gardens and container plantings. In its native Philippines and Indonesia it grows thickly to create a lush groundcover under large shade trees. It is a fully evergreen tender perennial with large, lance-shaped to elliptical leaves and lovely silver blotching. The upright...

(Aglaonema, Chinese Evergreen)

The showy, tropical Aglaonema nitidum is a popular small houseplant or landscape plant for shaded, frost-free gardens. Its lovely evergreen foliage is dark green blotched and streaked with creamy white markings. This Southeast Asian native is a true tropical forest dweller that thrives in the understory of hot and humid locations. It is rhizomatous and will spread over time.

The long, lance-shaped, leathery leaf blades of Chinese evergreen are dark green marked with lighter green or...

Image of Aglaonema simplex photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Aglaonema)

Aglaonema is a genus of more than 20 species and many cultivated varieties and hybrids. The members of the genus are naturally distributed across the warm, humid, tropical forest of Asia. The cultivated varieties are highly prized as easy, tough indoor plants, selected for their striking leaves and used as houseplants, conservatory specimens, container plants, or bedding plants where growing conditions are favorable.

These plants are evergreen, tender perennials. Most grow fleshy stems...