Light: Coming from shady forests makes Aglaonema 'Silver Bay" well adapted for home conditions. Your plant will do best in bright, indirect light but can tolerate medium indirect light as well.
Water: Water your Aglaonema 'Silver Bay' when about half of the soil has gone dry. While Aglaonema come from humid conditions they can survive without added humidity. Providing extra humidity certainly doesn't hurt though!
Did you know? As your Aglaonema grows it's not uncommon for it to drop it's lower leaves and develop something like a trunk. Don't be worried if yours begins to grow like this! As long as the plant is overall healthy and still growing there isn't anything to worry about!