Dracaena Janet Craig
Dracaena Janet Craig Houseplants, native to tropical Africa, are one of the most popular plants used in homes and offices. Dracaena Plants thrive on neglect, grow well in low light, and need very little water. These attractive plants have sword- shaped, leathery, dark green, shiny leaves that are about 3” wide and 2ft. in length.
Dracaena Janet Craig Houseplants will grow slowly in low light but grow faster in medium light. If the light is extremely low, new leaves on the will be smaller and narrower in size. Placing Dracaena Janet Craig houseplants in the direct sun, even for a few minutes, burns the leaves.
When in doubt, do not water Dracaena Janet Craig houseplants. Allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out before watering. The lower the light, the less often Dracaena Janet Craig plants need water. Fluoride, chlorine, and salt in the water cause brown tips and yellow spots on the leaves of Dracaenas.
Dracaena Janet Craig Plants do not do well in temperatures below 55 degrees. Cold winter drafts and blowing heaters damage the leaves of Dracaena Plants.Basic household humidity is sufficient for this plant.
Thin or bare stemmed Dracaena Plants can be pruned in the spring and early summer. Cut off the top part of a cane anywhere along the stalk. The Dracaena will send out new leaves directly below the cut. The pruned section of the Dracaena Plant can be used to start a new plant.