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Fertiliser/ feed for the plant:Feed the Dracaena plant once or twice a year with a slow-releasing fertiliser.
Repotting : Repot the Dracaena plant once a year into a larger pot. Use fresh potting soil while repotting and choose a slightly larger pot.
Propagation : Propagate the Dracaena plant through stem cutting. Take a stem cutting at least 4 to 5 inches in length and remove the lower leaves to expose leaf nodes. Root it in clean water and transplant it to soil once the root system develops.
1. Why are the leaves of my Dracaena turning yellow?
Yellowing leaves of the Dracaena are a clear and classic sign of overwatering, either due to excessive water or some drainage issue. Ensure that the soil is moist but not soggy.
2. Why are the bottom leaves of my Dracaena plant turning yellow and falling?
It is normal for the bottom leaves of the Dracaena plant to yellow and shed. That simply means that the plant is growing and giving way to new foliage.
3. Why are the leaves of my Dracaena turning dark brown and dying?
Poisoning caused by Fluoride in water can cause Dracaena leaves to turn brown and die.
Light Requirements :Dracaena plants require bright to low indirect light.
Locations :Place your Dracaena plants well indoors, where they get bright to low indirect light. Direct sunlight will scorch the plant.
Styling/decor tip :Use the Dracaena plant as the focal point of your décor. It is a good addition to your plant clusters to add height and create contrast. It looks great next to worktables or in tight spaces peeking out from in between furniture pieces. It is a great choice to add green to your entryways without blocking the path.
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Dracaena belongs to the Asparagus family.
Dracaena plants are mildly toxic to pets. They may cause vomiting, among other symptoms.
Dracaena species has over 100 plants.
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