Why My Aglaonema Siam Aurora Dying?

Why My Aglaonema Siam Aurora Dying?

The most prevalent cause of Aglaonema Siam Aurora plant death is overwatering. These tropical plants should only be watered when the top inch of soil is dry. This method of watering houseplants keeps the roots from decaying and the stems from becoming soggy.

Replant a dying ‘Aglaonema Siam Aurora’ in new potting soil and water it only when necessary. The following are the reasons that causes Aglaonema Siam Aurora to die;

Overwatering

Overwatering of Aglaonema Siam “Aurora” is the main cause of death for these plants. If you overwater your plant, the roots can rot and the plant will die because it will lose all of its nutrients.

If you want to re-establish a new plant the best way is to take out the dead or decaying parts and put in fresh soil. The best time to do this is during the growth period of this plant.

Underwatering

Underwatering of Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is just as dangerous as overwatering because it causes the plant to lose nutrients and water. However, the best way to re-establish your plant is to take out the dead or decaying parts of your plant and replace them with fresh soil.

Make sure that you check the soil in order to make sure that there is enough water and nutrients in the soil so that your plant can grow.

Excess fertilizers

Excess fertilizers will kill your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ because it can burn the foliage, which may cause the leaves to fall off. Also, excess fertilizing will promote excess growth and flowering but it can also cause your roots to decay.

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.

Pests and Diseases

Pests and diseases can cause death of your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ when they feed on the roots. For example, beetles love to feed on roots and cause them to rot, which will kill your plants. Also, insects such as leaf miners and mealy bugs can damage your plant’s leaves. If you notice this happening, you should use a pesticide called neem oil to get rid of the pest.

Too much light

Too much light can cause the death of your plant because too much sunlight can burn the leaves of your plants, which may cause it to wilt. If you want Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ to survive, place or repot your plants away from lights that are used for making artificial growing lights.

Do not place them near windows or near a window that receives sunlight because this may burn your plant’s foliage and cause it to need replacing.

Over-pruning

Over-pruning is when you remove too many leaves from your plant and it may cause it to die or begin to die. The best way to repot your plant is by cutting off an inch or so of the stem and then replanting in fresh potting soil.

Aglaonema Siam Aurora needs to be watered during the time of repotting so that the roots can be cut and placed into fresh soil. This will allow your plant to grow again and you will have a new plant in no time.

Age of Aglaonema Siam Aurora

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. The best way to re-establish your plant is by taking out the dead or decaying parts of your plant and replacing them with fresh soil.

After repotting your plant, let it dry out a little bit before watering again. The best time to do this is during the growth period of your plant.

Lack of air circulation

Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ can get too much air if the root ball is kept in an area that has not enough air circulation. If you place your plant in a room that does not have enough air circulation, the roots can rot and the plant will die.

You should position your plant in an area with plenty of light and this will allow it to grow because it will need all of the light it can get in order to survive.

How Do You Make Aglaonema Siam Aurora Bloom?

You can make your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ bloom by watering it and by placing it in an area that receives a lot of sunlight. The best way to make your plant bloom is by ensuring that you repot it into fresh soil when its roots begin to rot and die.

If you use good quality potting soil, your plant should remain healthy for a long period of time. When blooming occurs, you will notice that the leaves have a beautiful red coloration to them.

If you want your plant to bloom for forever, ensure that the soil is not too dry and that it does receive enough water. When using soil for Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’, you should not use compost because this is nature’s fertilizer, instead of using fertilizer you should use potting soil and water often. The following are some of the ways to make Aglaonema Siam Aurora bloom;

Adequate sunlight

If you want your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ to bloom, ensure that it is not in a room where it receives little to no light. The best place for your plant to bloom is by positioning it in an area that has a lot of light and allows the leaves of your plant to turn red or dark-green.

You should also water your plant and make sure that the soil is moist because if the soil becomes dry it may die or wilt and this will not allow for blooming. The light is necessary for your plant to bloom because it will not get the nutrients it needs without sunlight.

Therefore, by positioning your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ in an area with a lot of light it will be able to bloom for days and weeks without losing its leaves.

Adequate watering

The best way to make your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ bloom is by ensuring that its soil is moist. The soil should never be too dry and excess water can cause your plant to wilt. The best way to make sure that your plant is receiving enough water is 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.

Adequate feeding

Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is one of the best indoor plants for beginners because it does not need continuous feeding. When you want your plant to bloom, you should feed it with a high-quality liquid fertilizer and this will promote the blooming process. The most important thing to remember when feeding your plant is that you should never overfeed it. All of these steps are necessary for making your plant bloom.

However, if you do not provide your Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ with enough light, water, and food it will wilt and die. You should repot the plant into fresh soil when the roots begin to rot and die because when you repot it you will ensure that the nutrients are spread throughout the new soil.

Good temperature

The good temperature for Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is between 65 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. If you want your plant to grow again after it has died, place it in a room that is between 55 and 85 degrees Fahrenheit with a lot of light.

The best time to make your plant bloom is when its growth period ends. You should repot the plant into fresh soil and ensure that the soil does not become too dry or too wet because this can kill your plant.

Is Aglaonema Siam Aurora Hardy?

Aglaonema Siam Aurora is a hardy plant and they are very easy to grow. The size of your plant depends on the species, the type of soil and whether it was bought as a starter plant. Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is an epiphyte which means that it grows on tree branches or other buildings.

The leaves are heart-shaped, green or dark-green in color and have pointed tips. Aglaonema Siam Aurora has small white roots and stems, with shiny, dark-green branches or leaves that are heart-shaped and has purplish tints. It also has segments at the bottom of the leaves which looks like a pair of legs.

It’s also known as is used in traditional Thai medicine as an anti-inflammatory and used to treat acne. It is also a common ingredient in Ayurvedic medicine.

Although it is great for all kinds of plants, it is best used as an indoor plant. Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ is an excellent plant to use when you are looking to introduce color and beauty into your home, garden or workplace. It is a very beautiful leaf that can grow fast and creative the right way.

The stems are very hard and have a shiny green color. The flowers are small, white and star-like. The leaves of this plant can be three inches long, but it can also be smaller than this. This plant is polymorphic which means that it can grow differently in different conditions.

Aglaonema Siam ‘Aurora’ will do well if grown in cool temperatures and places that are shady or dark indoor areas such as garages or basements.

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