Appearance: Since “Agalonema narrow ice” seems to be a specific cultivar, its appearance can vary. However, like other Aglaonema varieties, it likely has attractive foliage with patterns of silver, cream, or white on its leaves.
Light Requirements: Aglaonema cultivars generally prefer medium to low indirect light. If “Agalonema narrow ice” follows this pattern, it would thrive in similar light conditions. Avoid direct sunlight, which can scorch its leaves.
Watering: Allow the top inch of soil to dry out before watering. Water thoroughly and ensure proper drainage to prevent overwatering. It’s better to slightly underwater than overwater an Aglaonema.
Humidity: Maintaining moderate humidity levels is beneficial for Aglaonema plants. If you’re in a dry environment, misting the leaves or using a humidity tray can help increase humidity around the plant.
Temperature: Keep the plant in a temperature range of 65°F to 80°F (18°C to 27°C). Avoid exposing it to cold drafts or sudden temperature changes.
Maintenance: Regularly clean the leaves to remove dust and maintain their ability to photosynthesize. Pruning dead or yellowing leaves helps keep the plant healthy and attractive.
Toxicity: Aglaonema plants, including the “Agalonema narrow ice” cultivar if it follows the typical pattern, are considered mildly toxic if ingested. Keep them away from pets and children.