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Chinese evergreen

Aglaonema commutatum

Chinese evergreen is an excellent foliage plant for low to medium light. Its lance-shape leaves are usually variegated with silver, gray, or shades of green. Keep the soil evenly moist and the air temperature above 60 degrees F to avoid chilling injury. The plant's sap contains an irritant, so keep the plants out of reach of children and pets.

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'Silver Bay' Chinese evergreen
'Silver Bay' Chinese evergreen
Aglaonema commutatum 'Silver Bay' is a relatively new variety with greater tolerance for temperatures below 60 degrees F. The center of its leaves are generously splashed with creamy silver.
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