Dracaena Victoria White is a species of genus dracaena categorized under the Asparagaceae plants family with more than 120 species of trees and shrubs. Word dracaena is derived from the Greek word drakaina which refers to the female dragon. Plants have several wonderful, elegant, adaptable, and popular houseplants including lucky bamboo and songs of India. Dracaenas are attractive, varied, tough, drought-tolerant, low maintenance, and hard to kill houseplants with colorful foliage.
Dracaenas are perfect houseplants which survive in adverse conditions for a plant, these are adaptable to low or artificial light, human livable temperature range and low humidity at ease, most plants under the genre are carefree about the potting medium as these can be grown in water, coco-peat or soil without hassle. If you are looking for an indoor plant, you should give it a try to Aglaonema, Peace Lilies Dracaenas, or Philodendrons, these will not disappoint or need much of your attention to bring a tropical look and clean harmful pollutants from the indoor air.
Planting & Caring –
Easily grown in containers as an indoor foliage plant where it typically thrives in organically rich, consistently moist, well-drained soils in part shade. Use a loamy, peaty, well-drained potting soil. The corn plant is best sited in bright indirect light locations protected from significant periods of direct sun and drafts. Tolerates some low light. Containers may be placed on beds of wet pebbles with regular misting of plant leaves in order to increase humidity.