Re potting my two Dragon Fruit Cactus plants - Hylocereus.
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Yet is really is a dragon tree. This strong plant is low maintenance and purifies our air. Ideal for our living room! Taking care of this houseplant is a piece of cake! Water the plant weekly. The Dracaena has a dormant period in November and December. During this period, the plant only needs to be watered occasionally. In the summer, you can start to water it more again. The leaves should.
HONIC 200 potted dragon fruit potted plants, easy to grow is a sweet and delicious fruit suitable for home garden planting Organic Heirloom 50 Purple Dragon Fruit Cactus Pitaya Hylocereus Tree Fruit Seeds Tropical Sweet Red Flesh Exotic F80.
Of course, most soils are acceptable (Houseplant or Multi-purpose compost), but try to add some extra ingredients like grit, sand and perlite to help loosen it up. If you've got any shallow and wide pots, for example a Bonsai pot, this is the time to use it. Propagating tropical cacti cuttings won't require deep soil, so try and avoid pots that are too big. Terracotta and plastic pots are both.
Taking care of this houseplant is a piece of cake! Water the plant weekly. The Dracaena has a dormant period in November and December. During this period, the plant only needs to be watered occasionally. In the summer, you can start to water it more again. The leaves should also be sprayed occasionally. This prevents the leaf edges from drying out. The plant does like light, but not strong.
Dracaena marginata AGM - the Dragon tree, is an evergreen shrub with a crown of long, sword-shaped, dark green leaves, finely edged with reddish-brown. 2.5 x 1.5m; Ficus elastica - the well-known rubber plant with large, glossy leaves. 2.5m x 1m.
Pruning And Repotting A Madagascar Dragon Tree. The Madagascar dragon tree is a fantastic resilient species from the Dracaena genus (botanical name: Dracaena marginata). This is one of the easiest plants to grow and maintain.