Flawless variegated leaves attract the attention of flower growers. The plant loves feeding and high indoor humidity, so be prepared to spray frequently. The flower grows rather slowly, so you can transplant it once every three years. Try to protect the plant from drafts and tobacco smoke - this can significantly worsen its condition.
Aglaonema does not like direct sunlight, which means that partial shade is an ideal place for it’s growing. Don’t put the plant in full shade, otherwise the leaves may lose their variegated patterns and become monochromatic.