Dracaena

Dracaena
You can't go wrong with these ones. They are some of the easiest indoor plants around. They start off small and bushy making them perfect for tables and desks and can grow up to 5 or 6 feet tall over time. They add lots of texture to any room and because there are so many variations, they will add lots of colour to your house.

Growing Tips

Watering:

Dracaena like regular watering, meaning to water the soil when the top gets dry which is usually about once a week depending on the conditions of its enviornment.

Sunlight:

Dracaena plants are versatile when it comes to light. They can survive in lower light conditions however will thrive in medium to bright areas. 

Temperature:

These plants grow best at temperatures between 18 and 32 degrees Celsius. They can be forgiving of low temperatures, if they are not kept in colder temperatures for extended periods of time.

Plant Food:

Plant food: Dracaena don’t require a lot of fertilizer. They only need fertilizer once or twice a year to keep them healthy. Use a general purpose fertilizer once every six months for your plants. 

Animal Concerns:

Dracaenas are toxic to animals as they produce saponins which can cause vomiting, depression, loss of appetite, hypersalivation and dilated pupils. 

Varieties:

Anita

Lemon Lime 

Limelight

White Jewel