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50 cm 19 cm

Dracaena Bicolor Candlestick

This variegated dracaena marginata bicolor brings the sun into your home. The Dracaena may also have some shade in the room or office, preferably no direct sunlight.
Dracaena
Type
Dracaena
Height (incl. pot):
± 50 cm
Pot ⌀:
19 cm
Availability:
Available

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Article number:
240640
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Dracaena Bicolor

Origin and care

The Dracaena is originally from the tropics of Asia and Africa. This plant, also called Dragon's Blood Tree, is easy to maintain and therefore very suitable as a room and / or office plant. The ideal temperature is + - 20 degrees. Water reasonably during the summer, but make sure that the root ball does not get too wet, "allow it to dry slightly between watering" otherwise leaf loss will occur.

Spraying

Spraying the Dracaena is not necessary, but it does promote health. It works preventively against pests and helps to remove dust.

light

Dracaenas don't need much light, 3 hours a day is enough. Only the variegated specimens should be slightly lighter compared to their dark-leaved counterparts.

Nutrition

Green plants generally require less nutrition than flowering plants. Do not administer food in winter. Do not start with this until spring. Once every two months is sufficient. Look for the correct dosage on the packaging, but rather give less than more!

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