Pink Chinese Evergreen
Aglaonema 'Etta Rose'
More like Chinese ever-not-green. Etta is one of more than 40 siblings in the Chinese evergreen family, and is the one that makes every space pop with her color variegation. The brighter the light, the deeper her pink hues can get.
Medium to bright indirect light. Direct light will scorch her leaves.
Once a week. Soil can stay slightly moist.
Toxic to pets if ingested.
She's a slow grower. Perfect for smaller spaces.
Multi-colored and alive—a better gift than flowers.
Pro-tip: This plant can flower white spathes, similar to peace lilies. Brown spots will form on its leaves if left exposed to low temperatures or A/C fluctuations.
Chinese evergreens are native to Southeast Asia. There are more than 40 different varieties with different variegations and hues. The Etta Rose can exhibit colors on a spectrum from light cream to deep pink.
The Etta Rose will frequently produce a white, spath-like flower if grown in the right conditions. Aglaonemas are known to reduce toxins in the air like formaldehyde and benzene better than other houseplants.
Medium: Around 14 inches tall with a container width of 6 inches.
Sizes will vary.