Just when you thought your snake plant would survive the apocalypse…GASP! What’s that? Snake plant root rot? This is what to do about it.
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Dragon trees (Dracaena marginata) are cheerful indoor plants with beautiful branches that bring savannah vibes to any space. Here’s how to care for them.
The best soil for snake plants provides plenty of drainage and nutrients. Here’s how to make your own soil for your beloved snake plants.
Dracaena plants don’t need much water. In fact, you don’t have to water them very often at all. Here’s how often to water dracaena (including snake plants).
Dracaena [Drah-SEE-Nah] are amongst the most popular plants in the houseplant scene. Astoundingly, there are approximately 120 types of dracaena ranging in size, shape, color and personality! The name dracaena stems from the Greek “drakaina,” meaning female dragon. Whether you’re a first time houseplant parent or a seasoned professional looking to spruce up your space,
plant description The Dracaena genus, more popularly known as Snake Plants, is a very popular houseplant option for beginners and experts alike. It’s easy to care for, can adapt to various environments, and boasts a variety of striking foliage. fer It’s primarily cultivated for ornamental use as an indoor plant and for outdoor growing in subtropical
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