Identification: 20+ year old plant...but what is it?

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  1. Vixxun

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    This plant is my grandmother's and has been around for ages. I would love to know what it is so that I can better care for. Thanks for any help.


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  2. Michael F

    Michael F Paragon of Plants Forums Moderator 10 Years

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    It's a Dieffenbachia.
     
  4. Marn

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    no it is not a Dieffenbachia it looks like a type of chinese evergreen .. i would google for more info on them ..
    good luck .. :)

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    I'm fairly certain it's an Aglaonema commutatum. Same genus (Aglaonema) as the Chinese Evergreen just a different variety.
     

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