How Often Should You Repot Aglaonema Siam Aurora?

How Often Should You Repot Aglaonema Siam Aurora?

Aglaonema Siam Aurora is a thirsty plant and can repotted after every two years, so the soil should be kept moist at all times.

When you are repotting your plant, make sure that the pot has a drainage hole. The soil should be filled up to one inch below the drainage hole.

If you notice any yellowing happening, then you can repot your plant as soon as possible to prevent it from getting worse. The following are the processes of repotting;

  • Remove the plant from its current pot by using a hammer or a pair of pruning shears to loosen the root ball.
  • When you loosen the root ball, make sure that you gently remove it from the pot. If there are any damaged roots, then you can trim them off with pruning shears.
  • Next, remove all of the soil from the root ball and use it to fill up your new pot.
  • Then, place your plant into the center of the pot and fill up more soil until the plant is covered with an inch of soil.
  • Water your plant thoroughly to help the soil settle in.
  • Keep your potted Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ in an area where it can be exposed to plenty of indirect sunlight for about a week or so, after that, you can move it back to where it originally was.
  • Water your plant when the top layer soil feels dry and make sure that you water it about 1/4 of an inch per week.

Where Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ Should Be Placed?

The ideal location for your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is in a room with lots of light, so that it can receive adequate lighting, but not too much light because this can harm the plant. Aglaonema Siam Aurora are also very sensitive to ethylene gas, so you should keep your plant away from all of your other plants because this can damage the leaves.

The ideal temperature for your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is between 12–24 °C (54-75 °F). If the temperature is too high, then you will run the risk of burning your plant’s leaves and stems.

The following are the ideal places to place your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ if you would like them to grow upright; in front of a window that receives plenty of light, in a room where there is a lot of activity, and in a spot where it can get some sun.

If you would like to place your plant near a window, make sure that the placement is indirect so that it can be exposed to plenty of daylight without getting too much heat from the sun. Aglaonema Siam Aurora is also a good plant for bathrooms or kitchens, but make sure that you place it in an area where the temperature is not too hot.

How Do I Make My Aglaonema Siam Aurora Bushy?

The best technique to cultivate a bushy Aglaonema Siam Aurora is to prune new growth. Additionally, you can cut stems that have become lanky due to inadequate light or tiny containers. The following are some of the ways that can help to encourage Aglaonema Siam Aurora to become bushy.

Proper pruning

Sharp pruning shears should be used to remove dead leaves, damaged leaves and limbs. Use sharp pruning shears to avoid cutting into the remaining stems as this could cause brown spots. Prune away any damaged or diseased leaves or stems after using the sharp pruning shears.

It is recommended that you prune away at least one third of the plant’s stems each year during its active growth period in order to encourage a bushier Aglaonema Siam Aurora. Pruning it can also promote new plant growth.

Proper repotting

Proper repotting of Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ plants is essential to prevent the roots from rotting and encourage a bushy appearance. If you want to repot your plant, it should be done at least every two years.

Repotting should be performed before the top growth is damaged or nutrient deficiency takes place. If you are repotting your plant, make sure that the root ball is as dry as possible and remove any excess soil entirely. Fill up half of the new pot with soil to one inch below the drainage hole.

Proper placement

It is important that the proper placement of your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is done in order to promote a bushy growth. In order to encourage your plant to grow upright, it should be placed in an area where there is indirect sunlight.

If you place your plant directly under the window, it can receive direct sunlight and tend to grow sideways or lie down, which could cause the leaves of your plant to curl up.

Proper feeding

Proper fertilizing of your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is essential to allow it to grow tall and sturdy. Proper fertilizing will promote a bushy-shaped plant. Apply fertilizer into the soil and make sure that you do not over-apply it because this may burn your plant’s foliage and cause it to need replacing.

Aglaonema Siam Aurora is a very sensitive plant so you should use a balanced fertilizer that contains a mixture of urea and nitrate. The best way to fertilize your plant is to feed it about 1/4 of an inch of the soil every few weeks throughout the year.

Should I Mist Aglaonema Siam Aurora?

Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is a very sensitive plant and it like to be misted. If you do mist your Aglaonema Siam Aurora, make sure that you do not mist it too often because this can burn the leaves of your plant. The best way to keep your leaves healthy is to water the soil of your plant, so that it can absorb some of the water.

However, if you are placing your plant in an area where fluorescent lights or other lighting devices are used, then it might be a good idea to mist your plant with a watering can. Misting the leaves of your plant will help the plant to clean water and also remove dust. Make sure that your leaves and stems do not become too wet because this could rot the roots. When misting your plant’s leaves, you should mist it every few days. Make sure that the water is room temperature and not cold because this can burn your plants’ leaves.

What Kind Of Soil Does Aglaonema Siam Aurora Like?

Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ like soil that is rich in organic matter and drains water well. It is best to use a commercial potting mixture for your Aglaonema Siam Aurora because it provides the best drainage and aeration for the roots. You can also use soil that contains a mixture of peat moss or sphagnum moss and sand or perlite.

All plants need to be fertilized at least once a month and you should use a balanced liquid fertilizer. Soil that has been fertilized will promote new root growth and plant growth.

Your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ plant does not need a lot of fertilizing because it contains a large amount of stored nutrients that can be used in order to promote new plants.

A well-drainage soil will allow your plant to be watered properly, just enough to ensure that it does not have dry soil. It is recommended that the soil should be moist but not wet when you water your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ plant. The soil should be kept evenly moist, but not wet.

When Do You Prune Aglaonema Siam Aurora?

Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ should be pruned in spring and again in winter. The best time to prune your plant is when the growth period of your plant is coming to an end. This will ensure that top growth is cut back but the lower stems are not damaged.

An easy way to distinguish which parts of the plant need cutting, is by looking at the bark and leaf coloration which will be white or brownish-white around the new growth area.

If you want to prune your plant you should do it at the end of the growth period because this is when the plant is taking most of its nutrients from the soil and water. If you want your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ to grow again, cut off a little bit of stem and repot in fresh soil and it will grow again.

The best way to prune your Aglaonema Siam Aurora is by cutting off an inch or so of the stem at a 45-degree angle. Make sure that you position the leaves correctly and remove any leaves that are decaying, yellowing, and turning brown. The best way to keep your plant looking healthy is to ensure that you prune it every spring and every winter.

Does Aglaonema Siam Aurora Need Humidity?

Humidity is important for the survival of your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ because it helps to build up the soil moisture and keep a moist environment for your plant. The best way to provide humidity is by placing a humidifier in the room that your plant is located in.

If you do not have a humidifier, you can also repot your plant into water-retaining potting soil and place it on a dish of water overnight. The water will be absorbed into the soil and the plant will receive moisture.

The best time to provide your plant with humidity is when it is in the growth period. If you do not provide your plant with humidity then the leaves will become dry and this will cause your plant to wilt.

Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ can last up to a few years depending on how you take care of it. If you overwater your plant, it will make it rot and die.

Humidify your plant by placing a dish of water on it at night or by positioning a humidifier in the room that you are keeping the plant in. Do not place it near a window or near a window that receives sunlight because this may burn your plant’s foliage and cause it to need replacing.

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