As its name suggests, Dracaena Lemon Lime is a vibrant, fresh Dracaena with bright green, yellow and white leaves. It is wide spreading, with delightfully long, arching, lance-shaped leaves arranged around a central stem. Leaves are predominantly a lemon-lime background colour, sometimes tending towards yellow, with a central stripe of darker green edged in white.
The multi-stem version is a unique look that gives height and tiered levels of foliage. Its zesty freshness brightens up home or office interiors, whilst filtering toxins from the atmosphere so you breathe easier.
Beware the Blotching! Yellow and brown blotches on the broad leaves? The plant has been too dry and hot. Refresh regularly and relocate somewhere more humid.
Rough Round the Edges! Brown leaf margins is often a symptom of too much fertiliser. If you don’t fertilise it could be the fluoride in the water. Fix it with filtered water.
Tame the tipping! Blackening of leaf tips and leaf edges is a sign that the plant has had too much water. Allow to dry out in-between waterings.
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