This stunning plant shares the Madagascar dragon tree’s common name with its kin. But its unique coloration makes it stand out among its green-leafed forebears. As with other Asparagaceae family members, dragon trees bring a taste of Madagascar and the Mauritius Islands to your home. They provide something both exotic and easy to maintain.
Light: Medium, bright indirect light conditions to maintain its color. However, it does not need direct light impact.
Water: Give your dracaena plenty of water when the soil is dry 2″ – 4″ inches from the surface. This will usually be around every 7 days. Allow the excess to drain out of the container.
Fertilizer: Offer liquid fertilizer diluted with water once a month through the growing season.
Pet Toxicity: These plants are toxic to pets.