Dracaena Mahatma, Cordyline Terminalis Mahatma – Plant
If the top inch of soil is dry, Water it.
Height: 0"Pot Size: 0"
Bright Indirect Sunlight.
NASA Certified Air purifier
Balcony, Well Lit Window, Table Top, Living Room.
With its colourful leaves and purifying qualities, the Good Luck plant is an excellent indoor plant for brightening up the environment.
The Dracaena mahatma plant has lovely thin greyish green foliage with vibrant crimson borders that run the length of the leaves.
The Dracaena plant is simple to grow and requires little attention.
The Dracaena is a popular ornamental plant. It is among the best plants for Homegarden.
You can Place your plant in your Balcony Garden.
For survival, your Dracaena plant need adequate bright indirect light. It thrives in a low-light indoor setting.
It should be between 15 and 29 ° Celsius.
If you're going to keep the plant indoors, make sure it gets enough of bright indirect light at least twice a week.
Water your Dracaena when the top inch of the soil seems dry to the touch.
Always check the moisture level of the soil and water as needed.
Keep your Dracaena Plant hydrated by sprinkling the leaves with water and softly misting (but not soaking) the soil, which should also have good drainage.
Even though your plant can endure some drought, the soil should not be entirely dry. Also Dracaena mahatma suffers from root rot if it is overwatered.
Your Dracaena Reflexa Plant grows well in any soil. However, adding plenty of organic matter like compost or peat moss to the soil will boost their growth.
Make sure that the soil has a good drainage system or their roots may rot. You can use any regular potting mix to plant your Song of India Plant.
A fertiliser isn't truly necessary for your plant. However, if necessary, feed it a houseplant fertiliser diluted to half strength. Once or twice in a month.
If eaten, it is toxic to cats and dogs. Dilated pupils in cats are common, and both cats and dogs can exhibit symptoms including vomiting, excessive saliva, and a lack of appetite.
When the Dracaena mahatma plant has gotten too large, consider repotting.
Make sure you choose a pot that is 1-2 inches larger than the previous one when repotting.
After repotting, the plant should be placed in a shady area for at least 48 hours.
Trim the old stems to help the Dracaena mahatma plant grow faster.
Discoloration is troubling your plant. Because Dracaena is fluoride-sensitive, it is best to use distilled or non-fluoridated water.
Do you have a dying plant? It's possible that this is due to Dracaena's inability to withstand cold temperatures. It will thrive if you place it near sunshine.
Hawaiian Ti Plant, Good Luck Plant, and Ti Plant are all synonyms for Dracaena Mahatma. It belongs to the Asparagaceae family of plants. The Dracaena plant is native to the tropical rainforests of Southeast Asia. It's an indoor plant that can withstand drought. The plant is used to beautify and embellish the home and work environment. The leaves of this plant are yellowish to reddish in colour and have air purifying capabilities.