Dracaena Marginata

$58
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Details

The Dracaena marginata, or Dragon Tree, is a popular low-maintenance plant native to Madagascar. Its unique silhouette and height make it our go-to pick for upgrading any corner! Sized to ship best, our large Dracaena arrives with room to grow as it adapts to your home’s conditions.

  • Arrives in a nursery grow pot nestled in your planter choice
  • Small planter is 5" in diameter, medium planter is 7" in diameter
  • Small grow pot is 4" in diameter, medium grow pot is 6" in diameter
  • Grant and Hyde are ceramic planters
  • Hyde comes with drainage hole and saucer

Plant Care

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Bright indirect light

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Water every 1–2 weeks

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Plant Bio

The Dracaena is a popular houseplant because of its easy-going nature and tolerance of lower light levels. There are over 100 different species within the genus, most of them native to Africa, Asia, and Australia. Sometimes called a dragon tree, Dracaena comes from the Ancient Greek word drakaina meaning ‘female dragon’. Their thin, sword-like leaves can come in a variety of colors, from green to red to yellow. Although this plant tolerates low light, brighter light will help keep leaves a more vibrant color.

Origin of Dracaena Marginata

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