All types of Dracaena plants grow in very similar conditions to survive and thrive. Dracaenas like: Consistent, moderate humidity Moist soil (not wet) Bright indirect light Monthly fertilizing from early
Dracaena Janet Craig has been popular for decades and an interior workhorse, frequently used as a stand alone floor plant indoors by plantscape professionals or mass planted in beds. It survives low light levels, grows best in filtered light.
Cordyline fruticosa (kor-dil-LYE-nee froo-tih-KOH-suh) is a perennial, broadleaf evergreen plant hailing from Southeast Asia, Eastern Australia, Hawaii, Papua New Guinea, and other Pacific Islands. It is a member of the
From the Cordyline plant family of which there are many varieties you’ll find also Cordyline Fruticosa (Kor-di-LY-nee Froo-tih-KOH-suh), and a sport named Cordyline Red Sister. It is an evergreen plant
Dracaena Song of India plant or Dracaena reflexa Variegata (dra-SEE-nah, ree-FLEKS-uh) hails from Mozambique, Madagascar and other islands located in the Indian Ocean. This member of the Asparagaceae family is
Dracaena dermensis compacta [dras-SEE-nuh der-eh-MEN-siss kom-PAK-tuh] belongs to the Agavaceae (agave) family and originates in tropical Africa and Asia. Compacta is a slow growing sport of Dracaena dermensis ‘Janet Craig’.
With bright chartreuse foliage and interesting growth habit, makes Dracaena reflexa [dra-SEE-nah, ree-FLEKS-uh] a popular houseplant. The visually striking foliage of this type of Dracaena which belongs to the Asparagaceae
Dracaena Arborea [dra-SEE-nah, ar-BOR-ee-uh] is a small perennial, palm-like plant belonging to the Asparagaceae family. The Dracaena genus is comprised of approximately forty species and most hail from South Africa