The Aglaonema 'Cintho Queen' originates from the humid tropical forests of Asia, more specifically from countries such as the Philippines, Thailand, and Indonesia. This type of Aglaonema plant, also known as Chinese Evergreen, has become popular as a houseplant in various parts of the world.
The Aglaonema 'Cintho Queen' is known for its striking leaves. They are large, glossy, and have a unique shape, with varying patterns of green and silver-grey. The plant is characterised by its ability to grow in both low and high light conditions, and can vary in size, depending on the environment. The Aglaonema 'Cintho Queen' rarely blooms indoors, but when it does, it produces small, inconspicuous flowers.
The care of the Aglaonema 'Cintho Queen' is relatively simple. The plant prefers warm temperatures, ideally between 18 and 24 degrees Celsius. It requires moderate watering, with periods of drought between watering. This species tolerates low light, but for optimal growth, bright indirect light is recommended. It's important to know that this plant doesn't do well in cold draughts and is sensitive to overwatering.