Aglaonema are widely used as a foliage plant. In Asia Aglaonema are considered to bring good luck if you own them and grow them. Aglaonema are also referred to as Glory of India.
A. commutatum is one of the most widely grown species although it is the cultivars that are seen most widely for sale.
Relatively new to Australia these are a group of plants that are slow growing. Most have green and pale green to crean variegated foliage, although foliage speckled with pink and red is seen in some of the newer cultivars. A few have dramatic have red or pink margined leaves.
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