|Aglaonema roebelinii, sometimes referred to as Aglaonema crispum, is an erect perennial reaching up to 4 feet tall and about as wide. Leaves are 8 inches long, elliptical, with a slivery gray cast and dark green margins. Flowers resemble small greenish-white callas followed by yellow to red berries. Grown primarily for the foliage. This easy-care house plant prefers loose, rich potting soil and plenty of water, though it can survive just fine with very little. This plant is a wonderful choice if low light seems to be your problem. Mixes well with other houseplants, too. Occasionally, this "houseplant" is used outside in warm, tropical areas as a foundation planting on shady, north sides. Even if you live in cooler areas, consider grouping this and other favorite houseplants outside for the summer, giving a refreshing tropical look to the patio or terrace.