With its distinctive sword shaped leaves and its easy care growing requirements dracaena dracaena makes a near perfect houseplant. Dracaena sanderiana aussi appelé lucky bamboo.
Dracaena is a genus of about 40 versatile easy to grow plants with distinctive strappy leaves.
نبات dracaena. Occasionally the plants set clusters of small fragrant white blossoms but rarely indoors. Dracaena marginata commonly known as red edge dracaena or madagascar dragon tree dracaena marginata is an evergreen tree that can grow eight to 15 feet high and three to eight feet wide with proper care. It is grown primarily for the upright straplike foliage that is either green or variegated.
Dracaena is a large group of popular houseplants that tolerates a wide variety of growing conditions. It has stiff purplish red leaves and slim curving stalks for trunks. Growing naturally only in the warm climates of u s.
The dracaena marginata also known as the madagascar dragon tree presents itself quite palm like. The small bushy form of young plants suits mantels tabletops and desks. This plant hardy in usda zones 10 and 11 is frequently called red edged dracaena because of its green foliage edged in red stripes.
It has also formerly been separated sometimes with cordyline into the family dracaenaceae or placed in the agavaceae now agavoideae. Dracaena deremensis lemon lime. Although dracaena is suitable for growing outdoors in usda plant hardiness zones 10 and 11 it is most often grown as a houseplant.
Maladies et parasites s attaquant aux dracaena. Dracaena d r ə ˈ s iː n ə is a genus of about 120 species of trees and succulent shrubs. Les cochenilles des serres les tétranyques à deux points et les acariens sont des parasites qui peuvent s attaquer aux dracaena.
Dracaena fragrans massangeana. When it comes to the care it shows itself as an undemanding indoor plant which can also forgive if watering has been forgotten from time to time. This video is unavailable.
In the apg iv classification system it is placed in the family asparagaceae subfamily nolinoideae formerly the family ruscaceae.