- Your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant requires bright indirect sunlight to maintain and grow their beautiful foliages and flowers. But make sure to not place them in direct sunlight or their leaves may get burned.
- They can also grow well in dim lighting conditions or in fluorescent lights that make them a good office plant.
- The temperature should not go below 10°C for your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant or their health may start to decline as well. Hence, you must keep your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant indoors during the winter season.
- Water your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant only when the 1 inches of the topsoil is dry to touch. Make sure to never overwater your plant or their roots may rot.
- Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant is a high-humidity-loving plant and hence, you can also keep them in your bathroom or kitchen areas to provide them with high humidity. You should also consider keeping other plants around to maintain the humidity levels for your plant.
- Your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant grows well in any soil. But the soil should have a good drainage system and a lot of organic components in it to grow to the fullest.
- You can consider adding sand, peat moss, and perlite to your plant.
- Your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant does not require any fertilizer to thrive but it will boost its growth. You can consider adding any fertilizer by diluting them in water to half strength.
- You should fertilize your plant only when the soil is damp once every month during its growing season. Make sure to never fertilize your plant when the soil is dry or it might harm the plant.
- However, during the winters, you must withhold any fertilizer use as it is the natural resting period for your plants.
Your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant is considered to be toxic for pets and humans as well. It can cause symptoms of skin irritation, rashes, and dizziness if ingested.
- Your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant requires to be pruned once it starts to go in the dormancy stage to improve its growth speed and foliage shape.
- You should repot your Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant once every year when it outgrows its current pot to further promote the growth of your plant.
- Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant curling of leaves: This is caused due to excessive or direct sunlight- Place your plant in a spot that receives bright, but indirect sunlight.
- Aglaonema Suksom Jaipong Plant leaf tips turning brown: It is an indication of prolonged overwatering- Cut down your watering schedule and water them only when the top 3 inches of the soil is dry to touch.