Dracaena - Micro garden
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|Plant Height||3 inch (8 cm)|
|Plant Spread||3 inch (8 cm)|
Dracaena is a group of popular plants which can be grown both indoor and outdoor based on the climatic conditions. They are known for easy care, maintenance and beautiful foliage.
Some varieties like Dracaena marginata and Dracaena fragrans can be grown in shade away from direct sunlight whereas many species do require full sun (4-6 hrs a day) for healthy growth. Dracaena plants require well-drained soil rich in organic content. Water the plant when 1-2 inch surface soil layer feels dry to touch.Â If you wish to grow Dracaena indoors then best way is to choose a bright light spot as per plant requirement.
Not recommended. Dracaena plant require well drained soil rich in organic content.
Prune lower leaves to impart a palm like appearance and do prune the yellow, infected leaves time to time.
If the leaves are with brown tips and edges are yellow the most likely reason is dry air (Hot or Cold) around the plant. Another reason is roots are allowed to dry out for long. If leaves are soft and curled with brown edges then it is because of low temperatures. Also avoid over watering and making plant stand in stagnant water.
Some Dracaena like Dracaena marginata and Dracaena fragrans need indirect bright light many other would require direct sunlight (4-6 hrs a day). Use well-drained soil for potting and apply water when soil in the pot (1-2 inch) feels dry to touch. Protect the plants from hot and cold droughts. Water the plant when 1-2 inch surface soil layer feels dry to touch.Â
Yes, Dracaena is toxic to pets and if ingested may cause illness in human beings also.
Yes, Plants are natural air purifiers and so do is a Dracaena marginata plant.
Direct sunlight is not required by some species like Dracaena marginata and Dracaena fragrance but many other species require 4-6 hrs a day sunlight but make sure to protect all plants from afternoon harsh sunlight.
According to the NASA Clean Air Study, Dracaena is one of the most efficient plants at removing formaldehyde from the air.
Yes, Dracaena can be grown outdoors where it will get 4-6 hrs of sunlight.
Generally, the very mature plant (At least 5 years old) shows flowering but it will rarely bloom indoors.
Dracaena turning yellow due to 1.Overwatering, underwatering. 2.Exposure to hot and cold droughts are the main reasons. Plant does not get proper sunlight. 3.Lack of Nutrient. 4.Disease infestation is also a reason.
Dracaena rarely show flowering especially indoor. They flower when plant is mature (At least 5 years old) and well treated.
Take the cuttings of mature plant or use crown of leaves altogether and use as cutting.
Dracaena has some species that can be grown indoor and some both indoor and outdoor.
It depends on plant size. Use at least 6 inch pot for small plant but a smaller pot can also be used. Just make sure to repot the plant when it starts outgrowing the current pot or roots start coming out of drainage holes.
1.Â After purchasing plants if the pot is too small, proceed toÂ re-potÂ so that the plant may grow properly.Â 2.Â When plant overgrows in the current pot or after every 2 -3 years change the potÂ and preferably in June-July.Â
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