Dracaena Warnickii Goldstar


Dracaenas are woody members of the lily family. They are very popular as office and mall plants because of their ability to adapt to poorer growing conditions.
Dracaenas need warm temperatures and should be watered with day-old tap water, distilled water, or rainwater to avoid fluoride damage. Tipping at the ends of the leaves can be from drying or from a low pH level (correct by lightly dusting the surface of the soil with lime, watering it in.)
If over watered or allowed to stand in water, leaves will develop yellow and brown patches, and the plant may eventually rot. As with all potted plants, feel the soil to determine when the plant needs watering, and water thoroughly, making sure there is adequate drainage.
A brightly lit spot without direct sunshine is suggested.