I have this houseplant that is in tough shape. I want to learn about caring for it so I can attempt to revive it, but I don't know what kind of plant it is. Here are some pictures:
This is an aglaonema which has been left to dry for too long but it has flowered and set those red seeds you can see in the picture
If you like the tough love approach then:
- cut all the stems a few inches above the soil line
- move to medium or diffuse light
- water sparingly until new growth appears and more once the leaves are out
This plant responds well to being cut back and can grow in a wide range of light conditions from low to high light that is diffuse.
Seeing as it has flowered I would not repot this year. Next year add some new soil to the bottom of the pot and cut off the bottom inch of roots.
Pests are not seen in the pictures but can include mealy bug.
This is a very rugged low maintenance plant.