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Aglaonema ‘Pinky Promise’

Aglaonema Pinky Promise

Aglaonema 'Pinky Promise'

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Botanical name: Aglaonema anyamanee

Common Name(s): Aglaonema ‘Pinky Promise’, Chinese Evergreens

Aglaonema ‘Pinky Promise’

The Aglaonema ‘Pinky Promise’ is a colourful plant perfect for anyone seeking to add a dash of colour to their home. With a slow and graceful growth, this plant offers a year-round burst of romance, showcasing pale pink foliage in its youth and deepening to a mesmerizing pink red as it matures.

Also known as Chinese evergreens, Aglaonemas are often associated with the ancient Chinese practice Feng Shui, bringing their owners well-being and positive energy. Consider gifting an ‘Pinky Promise’ to a special someone as a thoughtful gesture and a promise of everlasting love.

Fun fact: The genus name ‘aglaonema’ is derived from the Greek words for ‘bright’ and ‘thread’, reflecting the plants’ vibrant and intricate leaf patterns.

Aglaonema ‘Pinky Promise’ Care Guide 

Don’t be afraid to let yourself fall in love with our Pinky Promise! Compared to other colorful and delicate plants, Pinky Promise plants are relatively easy to take care of. Give your plant a little love and care and surely your plant will love you back.

Light and Placement: Aglaonema Pinky Promise thrives best when placed in bright, indirect light. While it can tolerate partial shade, this may affect the plant’s coloration and vividness.

Watering: Pinky Promise plants prefer to stay moist, but not soaking wet. As a rule of thumb, check your plant every 4-7 days during summer. As the days get colder and shorter, cut back on the watering, and check every 7-14 days.

The best way to know if your plant needs watering is to check the top 2,5 cm of the soil with your finger. If the soil is dry to the touch, it’s time to water, otherwise wait for a couple of days. If possible, use water that is room temperature, as cold water can shock the plant.

Read our full guide to watering your plants here.

Temperature: Pinky Promise plants thrive the best in temperatures between 18° - 28°

Fertilization: A newly purchased plant is already fertilized and will do just fine for the first 3-5 months. After that, fertilize your plant once a month during its growth season, from April to August. Do not fertilize your plant during winter, as it needs a break during the colder months.

The amount of fertilizer depends on the type you use. It's advisable to err on the lower end of the recommended dosage to avoid over-fertilizing your plant.