Dracaena reflexa shrub’s flowers are small, clustered, usually white and extremely fragrant, appearing in mid-winter.
This is a hardy decorative houseplant, native to Madagascar, Mauritius, and other islands of the Indian Ocean. The dracaena reflexa, Song of India, has yellow stripes on short, narrow, pointed green leaves that are spirally arranged on the stem and tufted at the branch ends. This is a slow-growing plant that can be used as a table plant, bush, or short tree.
A very adaptable plant which can be grown in full sun outdoors, or in lower light levels indoors. A fantastic accent plant in tropical gardens.
Planting and care
Sunlight: Bright indirect sunlight
Soil: Well-drained soil
Water: Keep soil lightly moist spring through fall, slightly drier in winter. Do not let the soil get waterlogged.
Temperature: 18 to 24 degrees C
Fertilizer: Apply any organic fertilizer