Dracaena Plants

Can I Grow the Anita Dracaena Outside in the Yard

burden added on June 1, 2013 | Answered

Can I grow Anita dracaena outside in the yard?

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Answered on June 2, 2013

Without knowing which USDA hardiness zone, I would suggest that the dracaena could be planted outside. However, if temperatures drop below 50*F., your plant won't flourish. If temps drop below 40*F, you will see significant cold stress, and below 30*F., the plant won't survive. Since dracaena's are tropical, they require appropriately warm temperatures. Any plant can tolerate a few hours of temps below their preference, once in a while, but not on a consistent basis.

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