Chinese Evergreen Silver Bay


This Chinese Evergreen Silver Bay, also known as the Aglaonema, is one of our more under-rated houseplants! Native to Asia, the Chinese Evergreen boasts large, leathery green leaves with a lighter green splash on the middle. In addition, they are quite large and grow relatively fast. 

The Chinese Evergreen is easy to grow and care for. They can tolerate almost any lighting and temperature other than direct sunlight. 

Care Tips

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How to take care of your Chinese Evergreen Silver Bay


Water when the top two to three inches of soil dry out. If the leaves turn yellow and drop off, it may be a sign of too much water. A good rule of thumb is water once every week in the spring summer, and fall, and once every two weeks in the winter.


The Chinese Evergreen can do well in bright, medium, and low light. Avoid direct sunlight.


Use well draining potting soil


Toxic to pets

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