Dracaena massangeana: Stump/Forked Corn Plant (3 feet) in 10" Nursery Pot
This Dracaena massangeana is named for the resemblance it bears to a stalk of corn. This plant is characterized by a single tree-like stem with clusters of yellow-striped, light green leaves.
About Dracaenae: The Dracaena family consists of many different varieties, including Dracaena marginata, Dracaena compacta, Dracaena fragrans, Dracaena massangeana, and Dracaena brauii.
These plants originated in Africa and Southeast Asia, with some being found in Central America. Many of these varieties are characterized as being tree-like, with a single cluster of leaves at the end of the trunk. Dracaena are extremely resilient and require very little care.
How to care for your Dracaena:
Difficulty: Very easy
Light: Prefers bright, indirect light. Will tolerate low light.
Humidity: Prefers medium humidity, but will tolerate lower humidity levels.
Watering: Water when soil is dry to the touch. Leave water out for 24 hours before watering - fluoride can lead to brown tips