The Q&A Archives: aglaonema plants

Question: what can I do to help my aglaonema plant survive? I planted it outdoors in partial sunlight & watered it every day for about two weeks.

Answer: Outdoors, your aglaonema prefers a north-facing growing site rather than partial sun. Bright shade is best for it; sun can burn the leaves. It likes warm air and soil temperatures and will slow or stop growth when temperatures are below about 85F. I'd move it to a shadier spot and water it deeply every 2-3 days in warm weather (less often in the winter months). Hope this information helps!

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