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Aglaonema Quadro 14"

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Benefits: Air purifier.
Botanical name: Aglaonema Silverado.
Light: Low to medium light. No direct sun.
Planter: Self-watering.
Planter size: 14"D x 13"H
Approx. height of potted plant: 30"
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Note
Shape, color and height of plants may vary.
Care Instructions
How to water Aglaonema in Quadro 14” planter:

1.After receiving a plant wait for 2 weeks and check the soil. If soil feels dry – water plant, if soil feels moist wait for few more days and check the soil again.

2. Water your plant as you normally would from the top, through the soil. Add approx. 3/4 of a gallon of water on average once every 3-4 weeks.

3. Spread water slowly and evenly through the center of the plant, close to its stems to avoid water running to the bottom of the planter missing the roots.

Be sure to let the soil become very dry before watering again.

When and how to use self-watering feature:

1. After about 5-6 months, the roots of your plant have had a chance to grow far enough into the moist area and they can reach water from the reservoir. You can then water your plants conveniently via the water supply shaft, located next to the water meter indicator tube.

2. When using self watering feature - pour water directly to water supply shaft. Watch water level indicator to see how much water you put in. Stop when water level indicator reaches “Max”mark.

3. If after a few days or weeks the water level indicator reads "Min" - don't add water straight away. This is the start of the "dry phase" for the plant - the length of the dry phase is about 3 weeks.

4. After each dry phase, refill the water reservoir to "Max" using the water supply shaft.

Be sure to let the soil become very dry before watering again.

5. Always check soil before watering. Stick your finger as deep as possible into the soil and if it feels dry add water, if soil feels moist wait for few more days and check soil again before watering.

Clean

Wipe leaves regularly with a damp cloth to remove dust.

Fertilize

During Spring once a month with general house plant fertilizer. We recommend MiracleGro all purpose plant food. Watch a video  "How To Fertilize Indoor Plants".

Troubleshooting

Yellow, brown leaves is the sign of over-watering. Droopy, curling leaves is the sign of under-watering.

NOTE: Care instructions are just a guide lines and every plant will behave differently depending on air flow and temperatures in a space. Always check soil before watering!!!

 

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  • Replacement

    1. If your plant(s) or planter(s) arrive damaged, we will replace it free of charge. Notify us within 24 hours via email helpdesk@mycityplants.com and we will send a replacement asap.
    2. If your plant dies within first 7 days, we will replace it free of charge.
    3. After 7 days period, we offer 40% off discount of an original price using an existing planter + delivery fee + sales tax (if in New York).
    4. Specific time will be scheduled to pick up planter for a plant replacement.
    5. Request for a replacement form is at the bottom of this page.

    Read more about Replacement policy and things to know before buying a plant(s). 

Plant Light Chart
Light Intensity Description
High Light South or southwest-facing windows. Direct sunlight.
Medium Light East or West facing windows. Partial, filtered or indirect sunlight.
Low Light North-facing windows. No more then 20 feet from the window. Bright fluorescent light at least 8-10 hours a day.

Note: if you can’t read a book as it is too dark in a certain areas than it is too dark for any plant as well.

Window direction is not the only factor to understand your light situation. What is outside the window makes a big difference. Another building, large tree, etc. will block direct light and will effect lighting environment.

Want to learn more about light? Read our Light Guide.