Is dragon tree good for indoor?

The Madagascar Dragon Tree is most definitely one of the easiest indoor plants to grow and maintain. Dracaena Marginata trees can grow up to 6ft high indoors, and they’re slow growing. I mention easy and tough because I have seen two of these barely given any care and attention and they still thrive today.

How do you grow a dragon tree indoors?

How to Care for a Dragon Tree Recap

  1. Moderate Light Suitable plant for semi bright locations.
  2. Moderate Watering Once or twice a week in Summer and once every two weeks in Winter.
  3. Temperature Average indoor room temperatures. Never lower than 10°C (50°F)
  4. Feeding Fertilise on a regular basis. None in Winter.

How do you take care of a golden dragon tree?

Dracaena benefit from bright, indirect light. If given too much sun, leaves are at risk of scorch. It’s a good idea to grow them in a bathroom or kitchen for humidity. Dragon plants prefer underwatering to overwatering, so let the top few centimetres of soil dry out – test with your finger – before watering again.

Should I cut the brown tips off my Dracaena?

Should I Cut Brown Tips Off Dracaena Plants? The choice is entirely up to you if you want to cut the brown tips off your Dracaena Plant. These unsightly Dracaena leaf tips are just as useless as they look. Brown tips are dead plant material and can be cut off with a clean, sharp pair of scissors.

How do you take care of the golden dragon tree?

Can dragon trees grow in pots?

Dragon tree can also be grown in containers if your soil is not suitable or you don’t have the space for it in the garden. Being slow-growing, it makes quite a handsome pot plant that needs little attention.

Can full sun plants grow in shade?

Many plants that don’t insist on full sun will grow well in light shade but often with reduced flowering. Partial or semi-shade: Many sun loving plants will survive in partial shade but usually with markedly reduced flowering. Shade loving plants will thrive.