Marginata Cane Dracaena is a popular houseplant because of its elegance and beauty. Marginata Cane Dracaena has broad, glossy leaves that are light green on the top and dark green on the bottom. The leaves have a purple or blue tinge to them, and they are edged with white. The flowers are small, but they are brightly colored – many varieties have red, yellow, or orange petals. Marginata Cane Dracaena is a member of the dracaenaceae family, which includes plants such as African violet and snake plant. This particular plant is native to southern Africa and can grow up to three feet tall.
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Marginata Cane Dracaena, also known as the Dragon Tree, is a beautiful and exotic palm tree that can be found growing in warm climates around the world. This palm is well-known for its unusual fronds – each one is divided into many narrow, sharp-pointed leaflets. In this article, well explore what makes this palm tree so special and how you can use it to create stunning landscape compositions.
- Informative article exploring what makes the Marginata Cane Dracaena so special
- Beautiful palms, featuring photos of the plant in a variety of landscapes
- Convenient takeaways at the bottom of each section
- Large palm is characteristic of large tropical rainforest
- Perfect for terrarium, bonsai and mixed garden
- Quick-growing, up to 2.5 m/hour Eucalyptus-scented foliage Applies well in a wider range of plantings
- Marginata Dracaena is a striking palm tree native to the subtropics and tropics.
- These trees grow tropical plant foliage indoors in colder climates.
- The Dracaena Marginata Palm could be confused for a weeping fig tree due to its unusual fronds.
- Another bonus is that this palm can grow as tall as a Christmas tree! This makes it perfect for creating attractive and unique safe-and-sane arrangements indoors.
- Breath-taking curving leaves and spiked, arched trunk
- Looks fabulous arranged in pots or even in a small garden
- A unique addition to your landscaping design
- Dramatic Fronds
- Dazzling Overly Blurred Palm Frond Framing Shot
- Tips for Understanding and Growing the Dragon Tree