Aglaonema modestum, A. commutatum
Ingestion may cause minor symptoms such as rash, vomiting or diarrhea.
Leaves and stems
- Perennial herb
- Medium- to dark-green stem
- Large, oval leaves, often with white or grayish accents
- Small flowers with a hood surrounding a spathe (spike with tiny flowers)
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