Dracaena (Cordyline fruticosa) is a species of the Cordyline genus, known for its long, glossy green leaves with dark brown edges. It's commonly grown as a houseplant for its ornamental appeal, but is also used for landscaping and for its traditional medicinal uses in some cultures. Like other Cordyline species, Dracaena is easy to care for in well-drained soil with bright, indirect light, and can be a long-lasting, low-maintenance indoor plant.
Decorative: It adds an attractive touch to indoor spaces and is a popular ornamental plant.
Air Purification: Dracaena is known to remove pollutants from the air, including formaldehyde and benzene, making it a great option for improving indoor air quality.
Low Maintenance: It is easy to care for and can survive for long periods without much attention, making it a good option for busy individuals.
Long-lasting: Dracaena is a slow-growing plant, so it can last for years and even decades with proper care.
Versatile: It can be grown in different forms, including as a shrub, tree or even a container plant.
Drought Tolerant: Once established, Dracaena can survive in low moisture levels, making it a good option for dry indoor conditions.
Traditional Medicinal Uses: In some cultures, Dracaena is used for traditional medicinal purposes for its believed health benefits.
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