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Cultivar Notes - 'Bicolor'
Upright, stiff, sword shaped leaves are green with pinkish-purple margins. Leaves can be trained to curve or intertwine. Makes a great specimen plant.
Genus Notes - Dracaena
Dracaenas are generally rugged, carefree houseplants with a robust and tropical appearance. They are widely used for both home and office plantings. Most dracaenas grow best in bright, indirect light, but many are also tolerant of lower light. If a plant that has been growing in dim light is moved to a brighter spot, the new leaves will be thicker and stronger and growth rate will increase. If the humidity in the house is below 30 to 40 percent (it probably is during winter), plants will benefit from an occasional misting of their foliage.