Red Aglaonema is a form of Chinese Evergreen, a popular easy to grow houseplant. The large leaves are highlighted with red or pink. Though most Aglaonemas are tolerant of low light conditions, the red variety will show the best color in bright, indirect light. In low light areas, the plant will show less color. Keep out of the direct sun. An east-facing window covered with a sheer curtain. Avoid temperature extremes and drafty areas (keep away from heat and air conditioning vents).
Allow the plant to dry out between watering. Feed with weak fertilizer. That means, whatever the fertilizer package suggests, cut the dose in half. Decrease watering in cold months during the plant's resting stage.
Plant in loose, well-drained soil.
Aglaonemas are slow-growing plants that may reach between two and three feet tall depending on the variety. There are several types of red Aglaonemas so it depends on the type you have.