The Aglaonema often referred to as Chinese Evergreen grows up to 4 feet tall. Indoors they can grow almost exactly as large. They are very popular houseplants due to their easy nature and the ability to survive in low light. Pink Aglaonema and other variegated varieties will do much better in a spot with medium to bright indirect light.
An interesting feature of this plant is its willingness to bloom indoors. To keep the variegation bright and vibrant more light(indirect light) is always best. Aglaonemas generally do not appreciate any harsh or direct sunlight, it may cause sunburned foliage even with minimal exposure. The best practice when it comes to Pink Aglaonema is to allow the top half of the soil to dry out completely between watering. In terms of temperature Pink Aglaonema are warmth lovers. Coming from tropical rainforests they are used to temperatures not falling below 60 degrees very often.
Aglaonemas are moderately poisonous to both humans and cats and dogs if any part of the plants is consumed.