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Dracena

Exposure

dracena reflexa With regard to the exposure of the dragon we suggest locating it in a very bright place, in direct sunlight or in partial shade; these plants can bear temperatures close to -5°C, in areas with very cold winters it is best to place them in cold green houses, or to shelter them with tnt. The dragon plants don’t fear the heat, but it is advisable that they are buried in a place where they receive direct sunlight only during the coolest hours of the day.

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Watering

dracena deremensisThe Dracaena indivisa plants bear without any problems the drought, usually they are satisfied with the rains, even if it may be necessary to water them during the hottest months of the year; in winter it is good to avoid watering, especially if the plant is placed outside in the ground.

If the dragon is repaired at home it needs to be watered throughout the year, checking that the soil remains moist between one watering and the other, but without stagnation of water that would ruin the plant.

In the warm months, in the absence of rain, it is advisable to spray the canopy in the evening hours. From March to October provide fertiliser for green plants, possibly using a slow release fertiliser.

Land

dracena indivisa Dragon trees prefer loose and well-drained soils, but they grow without any problems also in the common garden land. The specimens in container are to be repotted at least every 2-3 years.

The ideal soil is composed of peat and sand.

Multiplication

As far as the multiplication of the undivided Dracaena is concerned, in spring, it is possible to sow this variety in a seedbed filled with peat and sand in equal parts, which is to be kept humid and in a place sheltered from the sun, until the germination has taken place.

In spring it is also possible to make cuttings, taking some portions of the stem or of the branches, which usually germinate without problems.

Dracena – Undivided Dracaena: Pests and diseases

dracena indivisa Dragonbill plants are particularly afraid of cochineal and aphids, which can hit them and ruin them irreparably, if not treated with the correct products. For this reason, it is advisable to check the plant and, at the first signs, intervene promptly to eliminate the problem at the root.

Attention should also be paid to water stagnation, as it could cause radical rottenness that would ruin the plant.

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