Dracaena (Dracaena marginata), more commonly known as a dragon tree, is an attractive, stiff-leaved plant with green sword-like, red-edged leaves. Dragon trees are tough, drought-tolerant plants with aggressive root systems that make excellent houseplants. Sometimes they are grown as single-stemmed plants; other times grouped or even braided together in the same pot.
This plant is usually 80 cm -100cm in height.
Pot: comes in regular nursery plastic pot
Light: Dragon trees grow best in bright light but they can also survive in dim light. Avoid the full sun as it will burn the foliage.
Water: It's easy to over-water this plant. To ensure that you don't drown it, wait until the top half of the soil is dry before watering.
Soil: Use loose, well-drained potting mix—loamy soil amended with peat moss is ideal.
Humidity: Household humidity is fine for them, but if your house is dry- you may consider light misting from a spray bottle.
Size: 100cm, comes in regular nursery pot