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Dracaena Massangeana Care – A Greenthumb Tutorial

The Dracaena Massangeana is also known as the Corn Plant or the happy plant because of the simple nature of this plant. This plant is highly popular because of the freshness of its yellow and green leaves that bring a hint of nature into everyone’s homes and offices. To grow this plant well, you simply …

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Dracaena Fragrans Care – My Best Tips&Tricks!

Dracaena Fragrans (Dra-SEE-nuh FRAY-granz), the Latin name of the Corn plant—is a flowering plant species indigenous to the continent of Africa and other islands in the Indian Ocean. The Corn plant is a widely kept ornamental houseplant since the mid-1800s because it dwells in most indoor environments. This Dracaena grows well in a loose, moist peaty potting soil …

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Dracaena Trifasciata Care – An Indoors Gardeners Guide

Dracaena Trifasciata (dra-SEE-nah try-fas-ee-AY-tuh) goes by many other names, including Good Luck Plant, Golden Birds Nest, Snake Plant, and Mother in Law’s Tongue. This is a popular variety of Snake plants because of the hardy nature. Plant it in a pot with a well-draining sandy or cactus mixture. Watering is not a big issue for …

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Dracaena Compacta Care – Best Kept Secrets!

Dracaena Compacta, also known as Dracaena Deremensis, belongs to the family of Agavaceae or Agavoideae. This plant is famous for the luscious foliage and its low maintenance growth. It is the most loved variety in the Dracaena family. Dracaena Compacta requires a warm temperature of 60-75 Degrees Fahrenheit (16-24 Degrees Celsius), while the humidity level …

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Dracaena Reflexa Care – Best Tips Revealed

The Dracaena Reflexa, endemic to Madagascar, Mauritius, and other islands of the Indian Ocean, is yet another specie of the large Dracaena population. It was first introduced in 1786 by Jean-Baptist Lamarck and has now become a common ornamental houseplant. Filtered indoor light or a semi-shaded spot is ideal for growing your Dracaena Reflexa plant. Talking …

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