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Dracaena deremensis 'Janet Craig' - Plant

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Dracaena deremensis 'Janet Craig' - Plant

Common Name - Janet Craig, Corn Plant

Scientific Name - Dracaena deremensis

Description 

                    Corn plants (Dracaena deremensis) are quite popular as houseplants thanks to their attractive foliage and hardy nature. They’re easy to grow in containers or in the garden in the right climate. These plants can grow quite tall in the wild, but they stay at a manageable size when kept indoors. They feature rosettes of sword-shaped green leaves that can grow to around 2 feet long. Tiny yellow flowers will bloom periodically, but flowers on indoor plants are rather rare. Spring is the best time for planting, though you can typically pot a nursery plant indoors at any time of year. These plants are fairly slow growers and will naturally lose their lower leaves over time while they send up new ones on top.


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Dracaena deremensis Plant Care and Instruction 


                    Outdoors, these plants like filtered sunlight. Direct sun, especially hot afternoon sun, can burn the leaves and cause the plant to wilt. Indoors, place your plant near a window where it can get bright, indirect light. While these plants can tolerate somewhat shady conditions, too little light can cause the leaves to lose their bright colors and not grow in size to their fullest potential. An organically rich, loose soil is ideal for corn plants. The soil must have good drainage, as the roots are prone to rot in soggy soil. A quality commercial potting mix is generally fine for container plants. These plants aren't heavy feeders. Use a liquid houseplant fertilizer monthly during the spring and summer, following label instructions. No fertilization is necessary for the fall and winter. Water regularly throughout the growing season (spring to fall) to keep the soil evenly moist. In the winter you can back off on watering a little bit. But don’t ever allow the soil to dry out completely. If you stick your finger in the soil and feel it’s dry, then it’s time to water.

Light - Partial

Place - Indoors or Outdoors

Water - Loamy, moist, well-drained

Fertilizer - No fertilization is necessary for the fall and winter. 

Temperature - 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit.

Special Features 

                    Tiny yellow flowers will bloom periodically, but flowers on indoor plants are rather rare. Spring is the best time for planting, though you can typically pot a nursery plant indoors at any time of year.