A slow-growing shrub in frost-free tropical climates, the corn plant is typically grown as a houseplant. It is called a corn plant because of the resemblance of the tall, unbranched stem to a corn stalk; the habit is palm-like with age and leaf drop. Cultivars of this species are used as a specimen, filler, screen, or hedge. It has been shown by NASA to remove indoor air pollutants. It will survive under low light conditions for 2-3 years.
Keep in bright to moderate filtered light indoors. It thrives in lower light level situations: direct sun can burn the foliage, but if light levels are too low, the leaves will narrow. Keep the soil moist during the growing season but cut back on the water in the winter. Plant in average bagged potting soil and in a pot with drainage holes. Place a saucer beneath the plant to collect water and then discard any that accumulates. Repot when the plant starts to lift or sends roots out the drainage hole. Leaves can turn brown at the tips if indoor humidity is too low. Mist the leaves to prevent this especially in the winter when the heat is on. Keep the temperature above 50 degrees F if possible. They thrive in temperatures of 70-80 degrees F.
Corn plant is the most variable of three commonly cultivated dragon palms due to having a broader cultivar selection. It can be distinguished from the other two by the medium-width leaves, commonly between 1-2.5".
|Country of Origin||India|
|Size||1 Feet to 3 feet|
|Brand Name||Dracaena Fragrans|
|Plant Type||Indoor plants|
|Dracaena Fragrans Plants||Rs. 125/- Per Plant|
|Min. Order Quantity||10 Piece|
|Payment Terms||L/C, D/A, D/P, T/T, Western Union, Other|
|Delivery Time||2-3 days|
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