Tender Loving Care Advice for Dracaena draco in plastic pot :
The dragon's blood plant (Dracaena draco) is tough beyond all measure as a house plant. The stiffly pointed leaves are solidly green, and the plant will grow to a height of three or four feet indoors. The dragon's blood name comes from the fact that it exudes reddish resin from wounds and nicks. As a point of interest, it is said that this resin was used as a wood dye to stain the famous Stradivarius violins. It is a member of the agave family and is related to the yucca and century plant.
Light: Likes to grow in relatively bright light.
Water: Allow the plants to dry between waterings, but not completely. These are more susceptible to root rot, avoid over watering and the use of high moisture retention substrate.
Soil: Prefers a loose, well-drained potting mix.
Fertilizer: Feed the plants every three months with controlled-release fertilizer. Well-fed plants will develop a slightly reddish tinge to the leaves.
*Product photo shown is for reference only. Actual pot colour, type of pot, size & arrangement may differ from photo.