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150 cm 30 cm

Dracaena Marginata Bicolor, a beautiful heavily branched fresh plant.

This beautiful heavily branched variegated dracaena marginata bicolor brings the sun into your home. The Dracaena is ideally suited for a shade in the room or office, preferably no direct sunlight. In general, the darker the leaf all the more ...
Dracaena
Type
Dracaena
Height (incl. pot):
± 150 cm
Pot ⌀:
30 cm
Availability:
Available

Delivery information
Article number:
DrMB30Vt
EAN:
8719743197701  
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Dracaena Marginata Bicolor

Origin and care

The Dracaena is originally from the tropics of Asia and Africa. This plant also called Dragon Blood Tree, is easy to maintain and therefore very suitable as a room and / or office plant. The ideal temperature is + - 20 degrees. During the summer give reasonable water, make sure that the pot tip is not too wet, "between the watering by letting light dry" otherwise there will be leaf loss.

Spraying

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

light

Dracaenas do not need a lot of light, 3 hours a day is enough. Only the brighter specimens may be slightly lighter than their dark-leaf peers.

food

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

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