Twinkling gold dust in the sun - the Surculosa displays rich green foliage, peppered with brighter yellow variegation on bamboo-like branching.
Unlike other dracaena, the Surculosa does not grow on the branched stems of its palm and instead holds a nod to the orient. Perfect for creating tiered and ornamental displays.
Spotted Sun-Seeker! This different Dracaena likes plenty of bright light to keep its spots! Too much shade and new growth will be few and far between, creating a balding effect with very few spots.
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.
This plant will accept heavy pruning and occasional neglect. A trim on older stems is recommended to promote new growth. When there are too many stems at one height, cut back at various desired heights for a lovely aesthetic and ornamental display.
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