Dracaena Warneckii

A tall, evergreen shrub with long, slender leaves and yellow-striped foliage.


Height: 80cm - 90cm

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Nursery Pot
Nursery Pot
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Alena | Black
Alena | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Cement Fibre

Sam
Sam
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 43cm Height

Material: Ceramic

Julie (Gloss)
Julie (Gloss)
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Dimensions: 32cm Diameter x 42cm Height

Material: Ceramic

5.0
Lily | White
Lily | White
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

5.0
Lily | Black
Lily | Black
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Dimensions: 30cm Diameter x 30cm Height

Material: Plastic

Karla | Teak
Karla | Teak
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Karla | Natural
Karla | Natural
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Karla | Ash
Karla | Ash
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Sale priceAED 170

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Description

The Dragon Tree, also known as Dracaena Warneckii, is a popular indoor plant that is native to tropical Africa. It is a slow-growing plant that can reach a height of 80cm to 120cm, making it a great choice for those who want a tall and elegant plant for their home or office. The Dragon Tree has long, narrow leaves that are dark green in color and have a glossy texture. The leaves grow in a rosette pattern, giving the plant a unique and attractive appearance. The plant also produces small, fragrant flowers that bloom in clusters. One of the best things about the Dragon Tree is that it is very easy to care for. It can tolerate low light conditions, making it a great choice for areas of the home or office that don't get a lot of natural light. It also doesn't require a lot of water, so it's perfect for those who don't have a lot of time to devote to plant care.

Caring for your Dracaena Warneckii

Difficulty Level - Carefree
Light Requirements Size Guide
- Low Light
Pet Friendliness - No