Dracaena Reflexa is the botanical name of Dracaena Rosea (Medium). It is an ornamental indoor plant comprising broad wine color leaves, can be grown with low maintenance. With the age of the plant, it continues to grow and sprout new branches. Meanwhile, lower leaves may fall off naturally.
It is an evergreen houseplant especially grown for its herbage. It reaches about 3 feet high indoors giving a bushy tree type of look. The glossy leaves of Dracaena Rosea can grow up to one foot long and a few inches wide.
It is an excellent houseplant used to cure malarial symptoms, poisoning, dysentery, diarrhea. The reason is that this plant is drought tolerant among the more forgiving dracaena plants. We call it a Good Luck plant.
- Sunlight: It has the ability to grow in a combination of both shade and sun i.e both inside and outside the home.
- Water: It requires a moderate amount of water for peak health (once or twice per week).
- Soil: It can tolerate different soil types but it survives in well-drained and organic fertile soil.
- Fertilizer: Fertilizer is not required to feed this plan, but small dosages provided in the early spring and summer keep it well-nourished.
Dracaena Rosea (Medium) is ideal for those looking to fill up a corner with a pop of different color. If you’re interested in more Dracaena varieties, click here!