Dracaena fragrans ‘Massangeana’ (Corn plant) is a highly popular indoor plant. It is usually grown as a series of woody stems with clusters of beautiful foliage on top. Leaves have yellow stripes down the center. Under low light the stripe turns lime green or may even disappear altogether. In bright indirect light, the corn plant may occasionally produce white flowers that are extremely fragrant, especially at night. The scent is delicious but overpowering, so you might find it necessary to remove the flower stalk. This plant is very easy to grow, low light tolerant and also is a strong air-purifier. Excellent choice for your office or home.
Moderate to bright light, no direct sun; can survive at lower light levels.
Let potting mix dry out to about 2 inches deep before watering. Water less in winter. Mist leaves occasionally. Cut off yellowed leaves. Trim brown leaf tips.
|Pot and stem size||
6.75 inch 1, 7 inch 1, 8 inch 2-1, 10 inch 3-2-1, 10 inch 4-3-2, 12 inch 7-5-3
Shape, color and size of plants may vary slightly.