Madagascar dragon tree is a bold accent if you have the space.
It's daring, upright form punctuates the decor like an exclamation point, adding excitement to any room.
This beautiful tree starts out as a thick tuft of spiky leaves.
As it grows, the lower leaves naturally fall, leaving a cluster of dramatic, spear-shaped leaves above a bare woody stem. Its narrow, red-edged leaves can grow about 12-16 in (30-40 cm) long.
Dracaena care is easy.
Dragon tree thrives in average room conditions, tolerating dry indoor air and low light levels that are deadly to most plants.
This dynamic house plant also handles changing temperatures and humidity levels.
Just don't overwater.
It will not tolerate soggy soil, which can cause root rot.