Low - Bright Indirect Light
This plant will thrive and grow the strongest in a bright indirect light, but is flexible and will tolerate most lighting scenarios, down to a low light.
This plant prefers to dry out most of the way between waterings, allow ½ - ⅔ of the soil to dry before giving a full watering. Increase watering frequency with increased light.
This plant is NOT safe for pets.
The Dracaena is a larger plant family. You may have heard of them before as “corn plants” or “dragon trees”. Whatever name you call them by, Dracaenas will grow to impressive vertical height and develop a thick stem and large frond-like leaves, with minimal fuss.
The Dracaena is very tolerant of low light, and doesn’t like direct light. They prefer soil that dries up to ⅔ of the way between watering. Protip: If you notice drying on the very tips of your dracaena, increase the humidity and ensure the plant is out of any direct sunlight. It is safe to trim back these tips with sharp clean scissors, the leaf edge will heal back over time.