What is a Janet Craig Dracaena Plant?
Dracaena (Janet Craig) is a genus of about 120 species of trees and succulent shrubs. In the APG IV classification system, it is placed in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Nolinoideae. It has also formerly been separated into the family Dracaenaceae or placed in the Agavaceae..
What does Janet Craig Dracaena Plant look like?
Dracaena fragrans, called “corn plant,” has thick brown stems and green leaves (often with a yellow stripe down the middle) that look like those of a corn plant. Dracaena deremensis is a sturdy type that has thinner leaf blades than Dracaena fragrans; popular varieties include Janet Craig and Limelight.
How to Care for the Janet Craig Dracaena Plant?
In low light, allow the soil dry completely before watering. Water your plant less in the winter, when light levels are lower and growth has slowed.
Cool temperature between 35-70 degrees
Likes low light indoors
Low humidity, air conditioning, and infrequent care tolerant
Do not like heat
Allow the soil to dry between 1/3 to 1/2 down before watering