Aspect: Bright but not direct sunlight
Hardiness: Tender- houseplant
Soil: Moist but well-drained
Draceana are best placed in bright but not direct sunlight. A well-drained potting soil is ideal for planting them in.
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Mist leaves with water regularly. Keep soil moist but not soggy and allow the top of the soil to dry out before watering each time. Waterlogging will cause the roots to rot. Fluoride in tap water may cause leaves to turn brown or yellow. If this starts to happen, try using distilled or rainwater instead.
It is possible to propagate Draceana by stem cuttings.
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