21 September, 2007 at 7:52 am (Adsense)

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Aglao For Sell

20 September, 2007 at 2:35 pm (Aglaonema for SELL)

Hybryd Red Aglaonema for Sell in Indonesia Only :

Aglao. Luk Meang ( 5 leaves) Aglao. Luwailaiwan ( 5/6 leaves)

Aglo Luk Meang                     Aglaonema Luwailaiwan

Aglao. Ruay Ngen                   Aglao Red Kochin

Aglaonema Ruan Ngen                     Red Kochin

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My Aglaonema’s Collections

20 September, 2007 at 2:03 pm (Aglaonema Collections)

Aglaonema Suppairoj         Aglaonema Luwailaiwan

Aglo Suppairoj                Aglaonema Luwailaiwan

Aglao Lipstick Siam Aurora   Aglaonema Red Kochin

Aglaonema Lipstick Siam Aurora                Aglaonema Red Kochin
Aglao Dud Unyamanee      Aglaonema Luk Meang

Aglaonema Dud Unyamanee                  Luk Meang

Hope everyone enjoyed this pictures.

Kurnia Nursery Owner,

Budi Tri Jatmiko

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Aglaonema Rotundum

20 September, 2007 at 3:20 am (Aglao Articles)

Aglaonema RotundumAglaonema (in Indonesia called Sri Rejeki) is a genus of about 20 species of flowering plants in the family Araceae, native to the tropical swamps and rainforest of southeastern Asia from Bangladesh east to the Phillipines and north to southern China. No common name is widely used, though they are sometimes called “Chinese evergreen”.

They areherbaceous perennial plant growing to 20-150 cm in height. The leaves are alternate on the stems, lanceolate to narrowly ovate, dark to medium green, 10-45 cm long and 4-16 cm broad, depending on the species. The flowers are relatively inconspicuous, white or greenish-white spathes that can give way to red berries.

They are popular houseplants and ornamental plants for office and shopping malls because they are among the easiest houseplants to grow. Numerous cultivars have been selected, including plants with variegated leaves. They tolerate a wide range of light, as well as neglect, and are relatively resistant to pests.

Chinese evergreens are very tolerant plants that do well in a variety of settings. Several species are available, some with dark green leaves and others that are variegated. Aglaonema flourish for years.

They prefer indirect light and partial shade. They do best in shadow-less light, such as a north window. They prefer heavy soil, which should be kept moist but not soggy. They do not tolerate the cold; they should not be exposed to temperatures below 10°C (50°F), with optimal growing conditions between 20°C (68°F) and 30°C (86°F). High air humidity is also important. They are easy to propagate from cuttings , which will root in a glass of water, or from divisions.

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Welcome To Kurnia Nursery – The Art Of Aglaonema

20 September, 2007 at 3:10 am (Home)

Welcome to Kurnia Nursery – The Art of Aglaonema


We are aglaonemas hobiist since 2004. In nature, normally aglaonema’s leaves are green but one of aglaonema breeder from Indonesia namely Gregorius Hambali was born aglaonema “Pride of Sumatera” and “Donna Carmen” became fenomenal plant in Indonesia and in the world.

Pride of Sumatera is combination between Aglaonema Rotundum from North Sumatra which have red colour in the back of leaves and Aglaonema Commutatum, whereas Donnacarmen is combination between Aglaonema Brevispathum with Aglaonema Commutatum.

The coloured of aglaonema leaves made us falling in love with this Indoor Plant. Nowadays there are so many new hybryd of aglaonema from Indonesia.

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