Song of India is a resilient, low-maintenance, drought-tolerant, and air-purifying home plant. This tough ornamental house plant is indigenous to Madagascar, Mauritius, and other Indian Ocean countries. Song of India requires clear, bright lighting. Unfortunately, direct, hot sunlight will burn the foliage, and dim lighting will cause the plant to become spindly and lose its vibrant yellow-lime stripes. A possibility is a gentle early sun. Plant in dirt that drains quickly to avoid root rot or fertiliser runoff. In the spring and summer, The Song of India needs to be fertilised with a water-soluble fertiliser called 10-10-10 that has been reduced by half. In the cold, no feeding is required.
†SONG OF INDIA
Dracaena is a genus of about 120 species of trees and succulent shrubs.†
They make excellent houseplants†because they are drought tolerant and among the more forgiving dracaena plants. Dracaena fragrans massangeana or Dracaena massangeana is commonly referred to as mass cane or corn plant, and is widely used indoors.
Clusters of tiny white blossoms on Song of India may develop into reddish-orange berries. When grown indoors, it does not bloom frequently, but plants produced outdoors can bloom in the late winter. This plant needs a lot of bright, indirect sunshine as well as humidity in order to bloom.
Indian Song Golden is a hardy, drought-tolerant, low-maintenance houseplant that does exceptionally well in low light interior environments and is an air purifier and good luck charm.
Mostly dracaenas grow best in bright indirect light
souther Asia and northern Australia
Common Name Song of India
Botanical Name Dracaena reflexa
Plant Type Perennial, shrub
Mature Size 3-20 ft. tall, 3 ft. wide
Sun Exposure Partial
Soil Type Moist but well-drained
Soil pH Neutral
Bloom Time Winter
Flower Color White
Hardiness Zones 10-12 (USDA)
Native Area Africa
Toxicity Toxic to dogs and cats
they need† grow to more water and little lit sunlight
Song of India needs at least four hours per day of direct, bright sunshine
With these circumstances, your plant's foliage will develop more vivid colors, but remember that too much sun can also be damaging.
It has the potential to produce leaf scorch, which manifests as browning of the leaf margins and tips.
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