Dracena deremensis infoja

Dracena deremensis infoja

Dracaena care

It likes high humidity. If you can, spray the foliage with warm water 2 or 3 times a week (as long as it is not in the sun, in which case it could get burned by the «magnifying glass effect»). Or, place the pot on a tray with wet stones. Lack of moisture causes the tips to dry out, so spray the foliage frequently.
Reproduction by cutting the shoots that appear on the trunk and planting them in individual pots. Or, by pieces of «trunk» (stem) in spring and summer. One more method: air layering in spring.

Brazilian trunk in english

A good option to have plants in the interior of your home and have sure success with them are the Dracenas or Dracaenas, they are easy to grow and do not require much care, they only need to be in a place with good light and moderate watering.
Watering should be moderate, a little more frequent in warm seasons, you can spray their foliage with rainwater, especially in dry or air-conditioned environments, you can recover the water that comes out of the air conditioning and water with this water your plants.
– Brown leaves and limp, drooping, yellowing leaves? This is due to too much humidity, let it dry out and reduce watering to once every 10 days – Withered and dry leaves? Increase watering and spray the leaves with distilled water – Dry spots on the leaves at the tips and edges indicate too dry environment – Spray this plant. This plant should be placed away from draughts, dracaenas do not tolerate drafts.

Dracaena brown leaves

To begin with, I would like to know if someone can help me with the name of this plant, and I would also like to know what I can do, the leaves are withering and I don’t know why. Someone could help me.
I have a Dracaena deremensis for quite some time, and apart from having grown very little, it has always had the appearance that you see in the photographs, I water it very occasionally, every 10-15 days in winter and every week in summer.
We have a Dracaena Deremensis «Lemon Lime» since a week ago, and after nothing we began to appear black spots on the leaves and on the edge of the spots, it is yellow. It does not get direct sunlight and the soil is dry. I attach a photo so that you can see it.
My mother has a Dracaena deremensis, which is forgotten, so I will try to help her, in its leaves it has some white things slightly elongated, I do not know what type of plague it is. Also the main trunk does not look good, I do not have much experience with this type of plants, besides I want to transplant it to another pot with new soil, the stem will be fixed, or you can take cuttings from it and reporducirlos. I hope you can help me with your contributions

Dracaena in english

The Dracaena deremensis (photo below) originating from Derema, East Africa (typical of the Usambara forests in Tanzania) is a plant that never reaches remarkable dimensions. In fact, it can reach at most one and a half meters. It has tapering leaves striated with white, which hang downwards, carried by rigid stems.
This Dracaena is also known as «palos de la felicidad» or «palo del Brasil» or «palo de Brasil» or «Árbol de la felicidad». The tree of happiness is a cutting that, placed in a pot, within three months develops leaves and roots and very often lose variegation giving the typical sticks of happiness.
Dracaena godseffiana (photo below) is undoubtedly the most characteristic. The leaves are short, green and dotted with white spots, with a bushy habit. It can also reach two meters in height.
Dracaena marginata (photo below) is a plant native to Madagascar. One of its characteristics is that as it grows, as the stem lengthens and the lower leaves fall, they leave protuberances that constitute a graceful decorative element. Another characteristic is due to the fact that the leaves also develop in the basal part: this is due to the fact that dormant buds sprout from below the surface of the soil. This occurs when the plant is kept in full sun because it has a better transport of the products of chlorophyll photosynthesis.

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