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Dracaena Compacta Plant

200.00

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: Low maintenance
  • Special feature : Air purifying
  • Watering : Water once a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors

Availability: 5 in stock

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Dracaenas are popular among indoor plant enthusiasts due to their easygoing demeanour and the drama they give to any area. The Compacta, as the name implies, is a closely trimmed species that does not alter form and grows gradually over time, making it an excellent choice for many households. Your go-to option for low-light locations in your house.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed the Dracaena plant once or twice a year with a slow-releasing fertiliser.

Repotting :
Because it is a slow growing type, it will not need to be replanted frequently. When it outgrows its present container, move it to a little bigger container with a well-draining soil mix.

Propogation :
The Dracaena plant is propagated through stem cutting. Immerse it in water until the roots emerge, then pot it in appropriate soil.

Typical issues


1. Why are my Dracaena plant’s leaves becoming yellow and falling?

It is natural for the Dracaena plant’s bottom leaves to yellow and shed. That just signifies the plant is developing and producing new leaves.

2. Why are my Dracaena’s leaves getting dark brown and dying?

Fluoride poisoning in water can cause Dracaena leaves to become brown and die.

3. How frequently should I water my Dracaena?

Dracaena plants don’t require a lot of water. Before watering again, make sure the soil is totally dry – the top half of the soil should be entirely dry.

Design and Decoration


Light Requirements:Dracaena plants are adaptable and can thrive in indoor environments with bright to low indirect light. Keep out of direct sunlight.

Locations:Aside from direct sunlight, you may plant your Dracaena almost anyplace.

Tip for styling/decor : Make the Dracaena plant the focal focus of your dcor. Use a subdued colour palette for the space, with the Dracaena plant or cluster of Dracaena plants in several types serving as the sole pop of colour.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Dracaena plants related to Asparagus?

Dracaena belongs to the Asparagus family.

How many varieties of Dracaena plants are there?

Dracaena plants have over 100 species.

What are some of the popular types of Dracaena plants?

Dracaena Coffee Plant, Dracaena Compacta Plant, Dracaena Golden Milky Plant, Dracaena Red Choco Plant, Dracaena Red Ruby Plant, Dracaena Giganta.

What are the common names of Dracaena Compacta Plant?

Dracaena Compacta Plant is also known as Dracaena Janet Craig.


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