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Dracaena Plants

Dracaena plants are one of the world’s favourite houseplants. In this collection you can find medium-sized, colourful and easy to care for plants full of personality and style.
Choose your favourite and get any size safely delivered to your doorstep! Read More

Dracaena Plants

Dracaena Plants

Dracaena plant  Janet Craig Compacta in cement potlush green Plant Janet Craig - indoor greens
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Dracaena Fragrans

£34.95
Cordyline 'Rumba' Tropical plant - online deliveryCordyline 'Rumba' - indoor vibrant plant
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Cordyline 'Rumba'

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Green Cordyline 'Conga' - Good luck plantCordyline Conga plant - lush and vibrant
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Cordyline Fruticosa 'Conga'

£38.95
Janet Craig plant - interior tropical plants Janet Craig - shiny foliage plant
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Janet Craig Fragans

£34.95
Dracaena Gold Dust | Dracaena surculosa 12 cm - Bloombox Club
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Dracaena Gold Dust

£26.95
Cordyline Mambo | Cordyline fruticosa 'Mambo' 12 cm - Bloombox Club
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Cordyline Mambo

£14.95
Hawaiian Sunshine Dragon Tree | Dracaena 'Hawaiian Sunshine'
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Hawaiian Sunshine Dragon Tree

£129.95
Dragon Tree  'Lemon Lime'  | Dracaena Fragrans 'Lemon Lime' plant deliveryindoor plant Dracaena Fragrans 'Lemon Lime'
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Dragon Tree 'Lemon Lime'

£62.95
Dracaena 'Golden Coast' | Dracaena fragrans 'Golden Coast'
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Dracaena 'Golden Coast'

£129.95
Cordyline Mambo | Cordyline fruticosa 'Mambo' 19cm Large
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Cordyline Mambo

£36.95

FAQ's Dracaena Plants

How Do You Look After a Dracaena Plant?

Light: Dracaena loves spots with bright, indirect light. These plants can tolerate short periods of direct sunlight, as well as low-light conditions. They will thrive best in these bright and indirect conditions, however. If kept outdoors, it will best enjoy a region of your garden that is in partial shade or dappled sun.

Soil: Potted plants enjoy a good peat-based commercial potting mix. Having a slight acidity is a bonus. If grown in the garden, ensure that the soil is rich and well-draining.

Water: Keep these Dracaneas well-watered. Keeping them consistently moist throughout the Spring and Summer periods is a must.

What Are Some Common Dracena Plants?

Dracaena Colorama

This beautiful plant is a mesmerizing plant that you can keep inside or outside. It has a vibrant pinky-red colour that coats the perimeter of its long, thin, sharp-looking leaves. This gives it an eye-catching appearance as it grows from a thick, random-looking bush. This plant works great in any room that needs a bit of colour or to bring some vibrancy to a particularly green garden.

Dracaena Magenta

This beautiful plant is clearly related to the Colorama. Deeply green inner leaves play beautifully against some vibrant red perimeters. This green and red contrast is amazing and brings a pop of colour to any room or garden.

Hawaiian Sunshine

The Hawaiian Sunshine is one of the most common Dracaena plants. This soft-looking plant has some waxy dark green leaves with pale yellow streaks. It grows from within and looks like a geometric, kaleidoscopic shape from above.

Where Is A Good Place For Dracaena Plants Indoors?

Dracaena plants are excellent plants for adding decor - so keep them in any room that’s lacking a bit of vibrancy or colour. They enjoy humidity as well so any kitchen or bathroom environment is great. They are pretty good air purifiers, which makes them good for home offices, studies, and more.

Are Dracaena’s toxic to humans or pets?

These plants are pretty toxic to humans and pets. Keep out of reach of children as well as all your furry friends.