Chinese Evergreen Silver Bay


Scientific Name: Aglaonema Commutatum

Common Name(s): Chinese Evergreen

Description: This Chinese Evergreen Silver Bay comes with large green leaves with a lighter green splash on the middle of the leaves. The Chinese Evergreen also known as Aglaonema, is an easy plant to grow and care for. Native to Asia it tolerates almost any indoor condition. The larger leaves come with unique patterns that work with all types of planters and furniture.


Aglaonema ‘Silver Bay’ is a plant that you’ve probably seen around the house. This is because it’s one of the most common and easily-maintained houseplants out there. It’s often called a Chinese Evergreen and sometimes just called Aglaonema, but whatever you call it we know you’re familiar with this silvery beauty.

The Aglaonema “Silver Bay” (Chinese Evergreen) is a large, lush plant that’s a perfect addition to any office or room. Read more information about this plant here.

This plant is often prescribed as a good beginner plant, and for good reason. It can survive in a multitude of different conditions and takes things in stride. Hailing from humid, shady forests of Asia, this plant’s natural habitat is what makes it so well suited for life in our homes.

While it may be easier to keep houseplant there are still things to know before bringing home one of these silvery beauties, and we have all the tips you’ll need!

Plant Care:

  • Chinese Evergreen Silver Bay is a plant that has been growing in shady forests for thousands of years. It’s well adapted to home conditions and will thrive as long as you keep it in bright, indirect light.
  • As with many plants, you’ll want to water your Aglaonema ‘Silver Bay’ when about half of the soil has gone dry—but be careful not to over-water! While Aglaonema comes from humid conditions it can survive without added humidity. Providing extra humidity certainly doesn’t hurt though!
  • These beauties enjoy temperatures anywhere between 60-85 degrees (F). If the temperature drops below 50 degrees (F), the plant will stop growing.
  • As your Aglaonema grows it’s not uncommon for it to drop its lower leaves and develop something like a trunk. Don’t be worried if yours begins to grow like this! As long as the plant is overall healthy and still growing there isn’t anything to worry about!

Additional information

Plant Size

4", 6", 10"

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