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Marginata (Dracaena marginata) - Plant

Rs. 349.00
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Dracaena is a plant that grows well at both offices and residences. It not only looks beautiful but also eliminates the harmful toxins like benzene, xylene and formaldehyde from the atmosphere. Place the plant in your home where it can do the best by providing suitable growing conditions.

Dracaena is a plant that grows well at both offices and residences. It not only looks beautiful but also eliminates the harmful toxins like benzene, xylene and formaldehyde from the atmosphere. Place the plant in your home where it can do the best by providing suitable growing conditions.

Light
Dragon trees do best in partial shade.You will know you’re giving the plant too much light if the leaves burn. On the flip side, you’ll know you aren’t giving it enough light when the accent colors on the leaves start to fade.

Water
Dragon trees prefer medium amounts of water. One good way to determine if your plant needs water is to wait until the soil is dry to about 1/3 of the depth of the pot. Then give it a healthy drink so the soil is moist all the way to the top.

The leaves will give you a good idea whether you are providing too little or too much water. If you have a lot of leaves that are turning yellow and falling off, you’re probably not giving the plant enough water. If the leaves are starting to turn yellow at the tips, it could be a sign of too much water.

To prevent root rot, make sure that you provide good drainage and be careful not to over water.

Temperature
Dracaena marginata can tolerate a variety of temperatures, but does best in between 65ºF and 80ºF. If it gets too cold, they will suffer greatly, so make sure you can keep your temperatures within that range for best results.

Humidity
While the Dragon Tree will tolerate most average home conditions, you can provide it with a little extra humidity through regular misting. Misting the tree regularly will also help prevent insect infestations.

Soil
Nothing special here. They just need well-draining potting soil. Use a pot with drainage holes and a saucer to prevent root rot, or add rocks to the bottom of your pot to make sure water doesn’t pool.

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