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Aglaonema Osaka Plants
Aglaonema Osaka also goes by the name Chinese Evergreen. This easy-care houseplant can really pop indoors due to the white variegation.
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Osaka Chinese Evergreen Plants can have so much white variegation on their green leaves that they sometimes look entirely white. Light-colored aglaonemas such as Aglaonema Osaka will thrive with a little more light than their other aglaonema counterparts; otherwise, these clean air plants are drama-free.
|Mature Height:||2 to 3 feet|
|Mature Width:||2 to 3 feet|
|Sunlight:||Fluorescent to bright indirect|
|Foliage:||Green and white variegation|
|Soil Condition:||Likes to dry out some between watering, filtered water is better than hard tap|
|Water Requirements:||If unsure, wait to water|
|Uses:||Attractive plant to be featured or in the background of any room in the house, does well with minimal care|
How to Care for Aglaonema Osaka Plants
When purchasing a White Aglaonema Osaka Plant, be sure to read all of the recommended care instructions.
What kind of soil should I plant my Aglaonema Osaka in?
Algaonema plants need plenty of drainage in their soil so that they do not sit in soggy soil, otherwise a general purpose potting mix will do. You can replace 1/4 to 1/3 of the potting mix with a cactus or orchid potting mix (which have coarse sand, perlite or bark) to great more drainage. Also, make sure there are drainage holes in the bottom of any pot in which you plant your Aglaonema Osaka plant. This way, once the top inch of soil has dried out you know that there isn't any excess water sitting in the soil and it is time to water your plant again.
What's the best type of fertilizer for Aglaonema Osaka?
Aglaonemas do well with a balanced liquid fertilizer once a month in the spring summer and early fall. There isn't a need to fertilize as often in the winter since aglaonemas do not grow as much then. Even though they are indoor plants they will still have a perfect sense of the seasons, and in winter they go 'dormant' and stop growing for a few months.
How do I water my Aglaonema Osaka Plant?
Aglaonemas are perfect for novice plant owners since they are tolerant of both too much water on occasions and tolerant of too little water on occasions. They will not thrive if not watered enough or water too much in general (i.e. please don't drown your Chinese evergreen or forget about it completely), but they will adapt as you learn and develop a good watering routine. We recommend that you water your aglaonema when the top 1 to 2 inches of soil is dry to the touch, That usually will occur about once per week in an average home environment. It may vary depending on your environment and light condition, but it's always safer to underwater a plant. As always, discard any excess water that drips into the tray beneath your pot.
How much sunlight does an Aglaonema Osaka need?
Lighter aglaonemas, such as Aglaonema Osaka, tend to do better with more light than less. With that said, in general aglaonemas are considered to be very tolerant of low light conditions, making them perfect for offices and bathrooms. Do not use direct sunlight - anything that is too hot and too direct could scorch the leaves. We recommend bright or filtered indirect light for Aglaonema Osaka plants. Filtered sunlight through a sheer curtain is sufficient. The best spot for Aglaonema plants is where they do not see the sun during the majority of the day but do receive ambient light. A low light house plant can survive anywhere inside your home as long as there is a window in the room.
Aglaonema Osaka is an attractive houseplant with white and green variegated leaves. It is from the tropical and subtropical areas in Asia and New Guinea and is a member of the aroid family. It is often also sold under the name Aglaonema 'Spring Snow.'Aglaonema plants are commonly known by the names Chinese Evergreen'. This clean-air plant is adapted to low light conditions, making it a good choice for growing indoors as a houseplant. It prefers bright indirect light and moist, well-draining soil.
Osaka Chinese Evergreen produces beautiful, lance-shaped leaves that are mostly white, with speckles of green. The variegation of this plant will be more pronounced when grown in stronger lighting. Do not place in direct sunlight as this can damage the leaves.
Flowers can form, but this rarely happens when grown indoors as a houseplant. The flowers are white in color and similar in shape to Peace Lilies but not near as attractive.
Aglaonema Osaka is one of the easier Aglaonemas to grow. It's the perfect starter plant for beginners to get into the houseplant hobby. The Chinese evergreen plant family is noted among the top 50 plants in B.C. Wolverton’s list of houseplants that purify the air. It is also on Nasa's list of air-purifying plants and is excellent at removing benzene and formaldehyde from the air inside your home or office.