Dracaena Marginata Tricolor
Outdoor-Shades or Indoor
20" to 50"
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Tufts of pointed leaves atop distinctly chevron-marked stems define the alien-looking Dragon Tree. The leaves are long, linear, narrow, attached to the stem without a stalk. The cultivar ‘Colorama’ has green leaves with red-pink stripes on the margins, midrib and either side of the midrib.The stems or trunks usually are un-branched when young, eventually branching when mature to form spreading, vase-shaped trees. Flowers are fragrant, small, produced on stalks at the ends of the stems and followed by yellow-orange berries. Flowers and fruit are rarely produced on houseplants.
Organic Soil, Potting Soil Mix
All Purpose Fertlizer
Every 17-18 Month
- The University of Arizona classifies this plant as requiring medium light. That means it needs light, but cannot tolerate direct sunlight.
- Change the soil in the pot of your purchased plant if it isn't well-draining organic soil.
- Fill a small bucket with tap water and let it sit out for a period of 24 hours to let the fluoride evaporate.
- Mist your plant once per day with a spray bottle that has been filled with water. This is necessary because corn plants require a humid environment.
- Apply a fertilizer every three months to the soil surrounding the corn plant.
1. Remove Air pollutents 2. Ornamental Purpose
Distilled water can be used instead of tap water. the planting hole needs to be at least twice as big as the plant bale
1. Avoid water-logging 2. Do not let the root bale dry out