Aglonema Snow white has green leaves with white spots. It has almost completely white foliage and grows as a healthy plant. The more the white, the more issues the plant has with converting light into energy they require to grow.
Snow White can grow even when the majority of the leaf is white. If you want to keep it white, though, this one will need a good amount of bright but indirect light. If it doesn’t get enough light, the white leaves can deteriorate, or the variegation may revert to green as the plant will compensate for the lower light levels.
how to care aglaonema snow white
The plant is equally low-care when it comes to water; you can water regularly, water once every few weeks and aglonima will do equally well. It doesn’t require fertilizer, but will grow best if fertilized with a general-purpose houseplant fertilizer. It is easily grown in a moist, organically rich, well-drained, peaty potting mixture. It can tolerate less humidity than some other plants
Aglaonema is not recommended for human or animal consumption.