Check out the Best Tricolor Aglaonemas that you can grow to add a pop of colors to your plant collection. They are also easy to maintain!
If you are a fan of colors, then don’t miss out on these Best Tricolor Aglaonemas! They will look stunning in your rooms in classy pots!
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Best Tricolor Aglaonemas
Native to Nias and Sumatra Islands, this slow-growing sub-tropical plant showcases an excellent blend of dark and light green, along with spots of whites.
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This variety changes the look according to the light. It stays green with yellow specks and pink veins in the shade. The light makes it take a uniform yellow tint with pink hues.
3. Red Peacock
The green foliage has shades of green and lime-yellow along with pink veins and stripes. Keep the plant in bright and indirect light for fine growth.
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This variety sports wide spotted leaves in dusty pink, deep green, and cream shades. It won’t mind a bit of shade but needs indirect light for the best colors.
5. Red Gold
Red Gold displays a mix of green, gold, and cream, with edges covered in a shade of red. It offers the best hues when kept in sunlight with afternoon shade.
6. Pink Moon
This gorgeous plant withstands low-light conditions effortlessly. The freckles and spots of pink and white on the green leaves make it quite striking.
7. Lady Valentine
Lady Valentine showcases beautiful shades of pink on the leaves with variegation in cream and green shades.
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8. Golden Fluorite
Golden Fluorite’ exhibits green leaf margins, stems, and veins. Also, the leaves have splashes of golden green, pink, and yellow.
Brilliant looks like what its name suggests! It offers mottled leaves with cream-white midrib and cream-gray splotches on a dark green surface.
The green surface of the foliage in this plant has lemon yellow variegation with pink midrib and stems. Keep it in bright and indirect light for the best hues.