Here is my collection of Aglaonemas. I would like to share with you.
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They are absolutely beautiful, the 2nd & 3rd I just love and now want :>) What a great collection, thanks for sharing !!!!
I'm just taking a stab at some IDs (hope you don't mind)
Third picture: 'Mystic Marble'
Last picture: 'Brilliant'
I saw some pictures on Plants are the strangest people of some Algs... that's where I'm getting those names from. If I'm incorrect, I'm incorrect, but if I'm correct, at least you can now put a name with a face (so to speak).
Thanks for sharing, you have some really pretty and healthy looking Algs!
Here is a link that might be useful: Plants are the strangest people blog
Second plant I have found in costco for $8.99. Its growing crazy.
I love the last but one plant. I have got a small plant. Its growing crazy too. I have read ags are slow growers. But they are growing really good.
I love the last but one. its big now.
Bunti. You certainly have a beautiful aglaonema collection.
To think you found one at Costco.
I've never been in Costco or Sam's Club, but know people who found really nice plants while shopping.
A new Costco is being built nearby..although I'm not a member, that will change. lol
The last Aglao can be found locally, but the only nurseries your plants can be found are in Thailand. Toni
Gorgeous plants, very nice, am happy for ya.
That first plant looks rather like a Croton to me, not an Ag. Does it bleed white sap? If so it's a Croton as Ags do not bleed white (IIRC).
Also, I'd pluck the lower, discolored leaves off of it as they won't get better. I'd save the plant the energy of holding on to dying leaves & just pluck them off.
Fabulous collection congrats to you!
These are very pretty! I've never seen some of them before, very nice!
You're sooooo lucky being able to get so many red Aglos in the US. They are virtually non-existent in Europe
Karen, funny. I too thought Bunt's #1 plant was a Croton.
Then I recalled an Aglao Mr. Sub sent to me some years ago..it looked exactly like Bunts, but the lower leaves were the same color as top leaves.