Discover the unique shapes and colors of these Aglaonema varieties, ideal for beginners and experts alike.

Aglaonema Red Valentine

The pink color is intertwined with red, creamy, and green shades.

Aglaonema Red Peacock

The oval leaves are splashed with red variegation and streaked with bright red veins, breaking the monotonous green background.

Aglaonema Siam Aurora

Pointed foliage has reddish margins, while the inner parts are deep green, splashed, and sprinkled with creamy variegation.

Aglaonema Pink Dalmatian

The green foliage is sprinkled with creamy and pink spots, resembling a pure-blood dalmatian.

Aglaonema Sparkling Sarah

The green edges frame the pink and creamy splotches and patches, while the blush stems accentuate its beauty.

Aglaonema Harlequin

Leaves exposed to more light will take on a yellowish tone streaked with pink shades, while those in low light turn green with pale creamy and pink variegations.

Aglaonema Orange Stardust

Pinkish-orange freckles make it almost impossible to see the green background, and the whole look is linked with pale pink stems.

Aglaonema Silver King

The elongated and pointed leaves of the Silver King have darker edges, while the insides are silvery-green.

Aglaonema Silver Queen

The lance-shaped leaves and amazing silver colorings resemble the Silver King, but this cultivar has fewer stripes.

Aglaonema Silver Bay

This cultivar is grayer than the Silver King or Queen and has a free-growing habit.

Aglaonema Diamond Bay

Diamond Bay cultivar has similar leaf patterns to the Silver Bay, but it has darker variegations.

Aglaonema White Rain

The colors of this aglaonema get paler as they approach the midrib, appearing almost white.

Aglaonema Pink Moon

The deep green foliage, creamy spots, and oval shape are in complete contrast with this plant’s name, although it does have pink veins.

Aglaonema Green Papaya

The plant is mostly green, but wasabi-colored colorations, pink midrib, and speckles make it ideal for any decor.

Aglaonema Maria

Maria cultivar has wide pointy foliage whose horizontal lines separate the small light green or even gray quadrants from the deeper shades.

Aglaonema Pictum Tricolor

The camouflage pattern of three shades of green (dark, lighter, and gray-green) make it one of a kind.

Aglaonema Cutlass

The edges of long and slender foliage are dark and frame the gray-green surface, randomly lined with darker shades.

Aglaonema Modestum

The wide and sometimes textured leaves are usually green, but don’t be surprised if you spot some white and creamy variegations.

Aglaonema Nitidum

The minimalistic look of this all-green plant and its long foliage attracts many looks.

Aglaonema Emerald Bay

The midrib is white or somewhat creamy, and the plant becomes darker towards the edges, where the gray-green shade turns into a deep green framework.

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