Dracaena plants are popular and grown indoors and out. Outdoors they are relatively hardy and pest resistant. Indoors Dracaenas are more susceptible to mealybug infestation. If left untreated, these pests
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