The Aglaonema Pink Star's vibrant pink colors is total eye candy. They develop as pale baby pink and develops into hot pink as it matures. An easy to care plant, this is perfect for beginners. It can tolerate low light conditions and periods of draught if you forget to water (but don't forget) and can adapt to any location.
Light: It will thrive in a range of lights but for best results, place in a bright spot.
Water: Water when the top 3 inches of the soil is dry.