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Is The Dracaena Plant Poisonous or Toxic?
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Is The Dracaena Plant Poisonous or Toxic?

Dracaena is a common houseplant. The many Dracaena varieties go by several common names, including:Cornstalk PlantRibbon PlantDragon TreeCorn PlantIs The Dracaena Plant Poisonous or Toxic?This Agavaceae family member contains saponinsis, toxic to cats, dogs and livestocks. These toxic compounds are a form of sugar derivative known as glycoside.

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Dracaena Reflexa Plant Growing and Care (Pleomele)

With bright chartreuse foliage and interesting growth habit, makes Dracaena reflexa dra-SEE-nah, ree-FLEKS-uh a popular houseplant.The visually striking foliage of this type of Dracaena which belongs to the Asparagaceae family, is an eye catcher.There are several varieties of the Dracaena reflexa plant sold as a house plant on the market including:Dracaena reflexa – green leavesDracaena reflexa Song of IndiaDracaena reflexa Song of JamaicaThis is because it is native to various islands in the Indian Ocean such as Madagascar, Mauritius, and Mozambique.
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How To Grow Cordyline Fruticosa

Cordyline fruticosa (kor-dil-LYE-nee froo-tih-KOH-suh) is a perennial, broadleaf evergreen plant hailing from Southeast Asia, Eastern Australia, Hawaii, Papua New Guinea, and other Pacific Islands.It is a member of the Asparagaceae family along with the popular Dracaena and was formerly known as Cordyline terminalis.
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Dracaena Compacta Care: Tips On Growing The Dwarf Dracaena

Dracaena dermensis compacta dras-SEE-nuh der-eh-MEN-siss kom-PAK-tuh belongs to the Agavaceae (agave) family and originates in tropical Africa and Asia.Compacta is a slow growing sport of Dracaena dermensis ‘Janet Craig’. I remember seeing the plant over 40 years ago. My boss brought 10 small plants back from Hawaii.
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How To Grow and Care For Cordyline Red Sister Plant

From the Cordyline plant family of which there are many varieties you’ll find also Cordyline Fruticosa (Kor-di-LY-nee Froo-tih-KOH-suh), and a sport named Cordyline Red Sister. It is an evergreen plant with stunning foliage, which makes a bold statement in any garden.The plant belongs to the family of Asparagaceae and is native to Southeast Asia, the Pacific Islands, and eastern Australia.
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Dracaena Warneckii – The Outstanding Interior Plant

What do you usually look for when you shop for indoor or interior plants? Do you prefer beautiful flowering plants over striking foliage plants?Do bushy plants like Dracaena Mass cane appeal more to you than upright plants?Generally, indoor plants are those that exhibit upright growth and do not require direct sunlight.
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Is The Dracaena Plant Poisonous or Toxic?

Dracaena is a common houseplant. The many Dracaena varieties go by several common names, including:Cornstalk PlantRibbon PlantDragon TreeCorn PlantIs The Dracaena Plant Poisonous or Toxic?This Agavaceae family member contains saponinsis, toxic to cats, dogs and livestocks. These toxic compounds are a form of sugar derivative known as glycoside.
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Dracaena Arborea: Tips On Arborea Tree Growing and Care

Dracaena Arborea dra-SEE-nah, ar-BOR-ee-uh is a small perennial, palm-like plant belonging to the Asparagaceae family.The Dracaena genus is comprised of approximately forty species and most hail from South Africa and the Canary Islands.All types of Dracaena plant grow naturally in a tropical setting such as Florida.
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What Pests Or Bugs Attack Dracaena Plants

The Dracaena all types are lovely plants coming in several varieties ranging from small shrubs to trees.Although easily grown, the Dracaena plant does face challenges from several pests.In this article, we look at Dracaena pests and share advice on how to deal with them. Read on to learn more.Our Top Product for General Pest Control on Dracaena Pests is Neem Oil.
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Dracaena Fragrans Massangeana: The Indoor Cane Corn Plant

Summary: Dracaena Massangeana fragrans, grown in many forms, multiple plants of staggered heights, hardy indoors when acclimated.Fragrans is the solid green variety of Dracaena family we often call the corn plant or cornstalk dracaena.Some of its other common names include mass cane or Dracaena Massangeana cane with the yellow stripe in the center.
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Popular Types Of Dracaena Used Indoors And Outdoors

Dracaena dra-SEE-nah is a popular, easy to grow house and landscape plant boasting approximately a hundred and twenty different species of shrubs and trees.These Dracaena plant types originate in a number of different tropical and subtropical settings including:Central AmericaCanary IslandsSouthern AsiaSouth AfricaCape VerdeAustraliaMadeiraThe name, Dracaena, is derived from a Romanized version of the ancient Greek word, drakaina, which means female dragon.
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9 Reasons For Dracaena Leaves Turning Yellow or Brown?

All types of Dracaena plants grow in very similar conditions to survive and thrive.Dracaenas like:Consistent, moderate humidityMoist soil (not wet)Bright indirect lightMonthly fertilizing from early spring through mid-autumnIf any of these conditions are lacking, your Dracaena may suffer.In this article, we will look at the causes of brown or yellow leaves in Dracaena plants.
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Cordyline Plant: LEARN Hawaiian Ti Care | Growing | Varieties

Want color in the landscape? Cordyline fruticosa adds color to the landscape around your house whether planted inside growing as houseplants or outside in the garden.It has about 27 species of Dracaena type plants known for their colorful foliage. Cordyline (Ti plant) comes from the Greek word kordyle, meaning club, and used to refer to enlarged rhizomes.
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Dracaena Lemon Lime Care Tips

Dracaena dra-SEE-nah lemon lime belongs to Asparagaceae (the asparagus plant family) and is native to tropical Africa.One of the select types of Dracaena the lemon lime plant has stunning broad leaves with lemony green edges – hence the name, Lemon lime Dracaena.It is an easy-to-care houseplant and is cultivated throughout Asia and America.
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Dracaena Draco: Plant Care Recommendations For The Dragon Tree

The unusual tree Dracaena draco is often a hard to find Dracaena species in nurseries.While it’s an easy plant to grow, it may eventually outgrow its available space.Part of the Asparagaceae family, it’s native to the Canary Islands, Madeira Cape Verde and locally in western Morocco.Dracaena draco is the symbol of Tenerife Island.
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Dracaena Janet Craig Plant Care [GUIDE]

Summary: Dracaena Janet Craig is an interior workhorse, popular for decades, used frequently as a floor plant in interior situations or mass planted in beds. Survives in low light levels, grows best in filtered light.The Dracaena Janet Craig plant has been an interior workhorse and one of the most popular house plants used indoors for decades.
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Dracaena Fragrans – That’s How It Got Its Name

Dracaena fragrans – Did you know it flowers? We get emails regularly asking about the flowering of Dracaena fragrans. The emails go something like this:I have a Dracaena fragrans – “Corn plants bloom” and have had the plant for 5 years – in some cases more. It is blooming for the first time. I did not know it even bloomed.
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