Dracaena Janet Lind is slightly variegated with dark green leaves and a few lighter green stripes running down their length. A tall growing, upright species, Janet Lind looks great as an elegant floor specimen and is a perfect foliage plant to sit next to something tropical with deeper variegation or colour such as Aglaonema, Calathea or Codiaeum Petra. As with all Dracaena, Janet Lind is known for its ability to purify the surrounding air. Perfect for urban environments.
DRACAENA FRAGRANS JANET LIND
Water regularly, during the growing season. Always keep the soil moist, but not soggy. In winter, reduce watering. Allow the top 2-inch of soil to dry slightly to touch between waterings, but never allow the soils to totally dry out.
It grows best in the bright and indirect light. Avoid direct sunlight. Because direct sunlight will burn the leaves. In Indoors, keep the plants in an east or west-facing window out of direct sun or in a shaded southern window. They can be put outside during the spring and summer months as long as the location remains shaded.
Dracaena fragrans Janet Lind prefers ideal room temperature between 65 – 75°F / 18-24°C. Under 55°F/12°C is going to harm the plant which may become noticeable if the leaves begin curling. Try and avoid the plant being near cold drafts, which will also cause harm.
Fertilize your plant once every two to three weeks, during the growing season with a balanced liquid fertilizer diluted by half.