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Short leathery clumps of shiney green leaves on Dracaena compacta
Dracaena deremensis
The Dracaena compacta plant, a compact, slow growing member of the Dracaena family, is native to South East Africa. It is often referred to as Dracaena fragrans or Dracaena deremensis. The closest relative of the Compacta is the D... Read More
Long, dark green, pointed leaves on a dracaena janet craig
D. deremensis janet craig
Janet Craig
Dracaena janet craig plants, native to tropical Africa, are one of the most popular plants used in homes and offices. Dracaenas thrive on neglect, grow well in low light, and need very little water. These attractive plants have sw... Read More
Long sword shaped leaves with bright green and yellow stripes on Dracaena Lemon Lime
Dracaena Deremensis
Striped Dracaenas
The dracaena lemon lime plant, native to Africa, is a very close relative of the dracaena warneki (green and white striped leaves) and the dracaena janet craig (solid green leaves). The dracaena lemon lime has 12”-24” long swo... Read More
Dracaena marginata has long, thin pointed leaves and the woody stems
D. marginata
Madagascar Dragon Tree
Dracaena marginata plants can be used as table plants, but they are especially impressive as tall trees with multiple canes and hundreds of long, thin, green leaves trimmed in dark red. The canes are often thick, twisted, and wood... Read More
Long, graceful, green leaves with a yellow and light green stripe running down the center.
D. fragrans massangeana
Dracaena Corn Plant
The dracaena massangeana (nickname corn plant), like all dracaenas, is tolerant of lower light, missed waterings, and general neglect. This dracaena is especially popular because of its long, graceful, green leaves that have a yel... Read More
Dracaena reflexa has short, narrow, pointed leaves that are spirally arranged
D. reflexa
A dracaena reflexa, native to Madigascar, Mauritius, and other islands of the Indian Ocean, is another member of the huge dracaena family. The regular dracaena reflexa, or pleomele, has dark green leaves. The dracaena reflexa, Son... Read More
Short, yellow and green striped, leaves on dracaena reflex "Song of India."
D. reflexa variegata
This hardy decorative houseplant, formerly called a pleomele reflexa, is native to Madigascar, Mauritius, and other islands of the Indian Ocean.  The dracaena reflexa, Song of India, has yellow stripes on short, narrow, pointed g... Read More
Long, narrow, green and white striped leaves on a Dracaena warnekii
D. deremensis warnekii
Striped Dracaena Plant
Dracaena warnekii, like all dracaenas, are hardy, slow-growing plants that thrive on neglect. Sometimes referred to as a "striped dracaena", the warnekii has long, pointed, narrow green and white striped leaves and can be used as ... Read More
Spiral green Lucky Bamboo plant
Dracaena sanderiana
A Lucky Bamboo plant is really made up of the cut stalks of a Dracaena Sanderiana and is native to West Africa and Eastern Asia. The Lucky Bamboo stalks are usually between 4"- 24"in height. Followers of Feng Shui believe that the... Read More
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