I’ve been trying to figure out what the small, about 2-foot high, tree in my living room is. It looks from pictures to be a Dracaena fragrans. It was left behind by a neighbor and clearly turning brown and dying. I’ve been trying to save this plant for several months but don’t know what I’m doing wrong. There are still some green leaves, but for the most part they are brown or brown on the outside and green in the middle. Should I cut the brown leaves off?
I have 2 Dracaena Anita’s that will not survive in my house! They continue wither and fall off! How can I prevent this from happening again?
I have a Dracaena palm that has been damaged by the recent cold weather. All the leaves have fallen off, and I want to know if I should cut off the tops of the palms to get them to grow back. They are all shriveled. Please help! I think it is a Black Knight type.
I have a corn plant that has just grown too tall (4 feet or so). It has never lost any of the bottom leaves, so it doesn’t look like it’s on a stalk. Should I cut all the bottom leaves off of it and pull off the top new growth?
I have a Dracaena and there are a few leaves that are yellow and look dead. How do you deadhead this kind of plant?
I just purchased a Dracena corn plant. At home I noticed that the canes were coated with a green substance and the plant was emitting a moldy (musty) odor, which is now permeating throughout the house. I washed it down with a soapy water mix and was able to remove most of the green substance. However, the odor persists.
My plant is similar to a corn plant. The leaves are long and slender and have white spots on them. It appears to be ‘in’ the leaf rather than ‘on’ the leaf. It is growing and the new leaves also have the white spots. The petunias I planted next to where it sits also have the white spots now. Definitely not mold, or at least I can’t remove the spot. I currently have the plant on my deck, but it doesn’t get direct sun. I am gone in the winter but have a waterer. However, there are many, many dead leaves when I return. Am I missing a nutrient? But then why have the annuals developed the same type of thing? Help!
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