Aglaonema Commutatum 'Malay Beauty' Plant mostly used as a decorative plant & interior landscape plant. This luck-bringing ornamental plant is an Indoor Air Purifying plant as recommended by NASA. It is stylish and easy to grow and need lower light and less water. Oval green foliage with striking silver tones makes Aglaonema Malay beauty plant a perfect home decor accent. Almost this long-lived houseplant keeps its colour and will look good for years, it's also called Chinese Evergreen. Aglaonema is generally low-growing plants that will only very gradually reveal their trunks. It is usually grown as an annual. This elegant indoor plant is grown for its ornamental foliage. A perfect gift for someone like interior decor or gardening. This ornamental plant is gorgeous on windowsill, desks or tabletops, as well as tables in the office, living rooms, and bedrooms. Perfect for A\/C rooms. Scientific name: Aglaonema commutatum Common Name: Chinese evergreens, Malay Beauty Evergreen Family: Araceae Use: \tFeng Shui Good Luck Plant for Prosperity \tNasa recommended air Purifying Indoor Plant - Removes chemicals, such as formaldehyde, benzene or other toxins. Aglaonema commutatum 'Malay Beauty' Care Sunlight:\u00a0 Most importantly, protect it from cold temperatures and excessive sunlight.\u00a0 Place the Aglaonema plant at indirect natural light or some artificial fluorescent light. The plant often shows the best colour in medium or indirect light indoors. Soil: It needs moist well-drained soils but the overflow can be harmful\u00a0to this plant. Water:\u00a0Water aglaonema often in summer and in winter watering should be moderate.\u00a0In low light conditions like office, allow the soil to dry in top 1 Inch thickness of soil between watering cycles.\u00a0Besides that avoid overhead watering. It will go a few weeks without water if you're away from home. Temperature:\u00a0They do not like cold drafts or temperatures below 65\u00baF. Fertilizer: It requires a very small amount of fertilizer. Use liquid organic fertilizer during the growing season. Re-potting: Aglaonema is a slow-growing plant hence will only need repotting every other year.\u00a0 Propagation:\u00a0 By dividing the basal shoots during re-potting Flower:\u00a0 Greenish-white spathe Toxicity: Toxic to Cats and Pets. Aglaonema\u00a0plants are poisonous due to Calcium Oxalate\u00a0Crystals. If ingested they cause irritation of the mucous membranes, and the juice can cause skin irritation and painful\u00a0rash.