Dracaena Fragrans ‘Victoria White’ Plant
Dracaena Fragrans ‘Victoria White’ Plant is a hardy, drought-tolerant, low maintenance, air purifier, and good luck bringer houseplant which does not require to be fed or watered frequently and does exceedingly well in a low light indoor environment. Genus dracaena plant has several wonderful, elegant, adaptable, and popular houseplants including lucky bamboo and songs of India. Dracaena plants are attractive, varied, tough, drought-tolerant, and hard to kill with colorful foliage. Dracaenas are air purifiers that clean benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and other airborne pollutants.
Dracaena Victoria White Plant is a species of the genus dracaena categorized under the Asparagaceae plants family with more than 120 species of trees and shrubs. Dracaenas are perfect houseplants that survive in adverse conditions for a plant, these are adaptable to low or artificial light, human livable temperature range and low humidity at ease, most plants under the genre are carefree about the potting medium as these can be grown in water, coco-peat or soil without hassle.
Dracaena Care & Growing Tips
- Light- Try to locate Dracaena near a window with filtered sun. Too little light will result in leaves losing their stripes.
- Water- Keep evenly moist, but if you have to err, do so on the dry side. Keeping it too dry, however, will result in brown leaf tips. They prefer about 40% humidity. Use non-fluoridated water as they are sensitive to fluoride.
- Temperature- Keep above 55ºF if possible. They do best in the mid-70ºs.
- Soil- Loose, well-drained potting mix.
- Fertilizer- Low Fertilizers require since the plants store nutrients in their canes. Use supplements to prevent leaf-tip burn.
- Repotting- Repot annually into larger pots with fresh, free-draining potting soil. The true Dracaena Fragrans has solid green leaves, but most people prefer the D. Fragrans ‘Massangeana,’ which features a central, broad lime-green stripe down the middle of the leaf. Another variety, D. Fragrans ‘Lindenii,’ has a dark green stripe down the middle and yellowish leaves. A final variety, D.