Dracaena 'Janet Craig'
If you’re looking to bring something new and different into your home or office but don’t want to spend a fortune, then you might consider the Dracaena Janet Craig. This palm tree-looking houseplant has been around since 1894, so it’s nothing new, but it is definitely one of the best houseplants around due to its stunning appearance and durability. Check out the pros and cons of this lovely plant to see if it’s right for you.
Why they are easy to grow indoors
Because dracaenas are not finicky about their environment, they are easy to grow indoors. All you need is bright indirect light and minimal humidity. A dracaena can be grown outside but will need to be brought in if temperatures go below 40 degrees Fahrenheit. If you want to test your plant’s cold tolerance, try putting it outside during late spring or summer when temperatures are warmer but frost is still possible at night. Bring it inside before fall arrives if temperatures dip into the 30s regularly.
How hardy they are
If you live in an area with higher-than-average humidity levels, or tend to overwater plants, you might consider growing one of these super durable and low-maintenance specimens in your home. The Dracaena is extremely hardy, which means it’s less likely to wilt than other houseplants.
Their low level of maintenance
The leaves of a dracaena are very low maintenance. In fact, you only need to be concerned about their watering needs and keeping them away from harsh light sources. Also, if you’re wondering what kind of plant food to use on your new dracaena, well that’s super easy: just water it!
Packaging and Shipping
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