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The Dracaena Jade Jewel is tropical in nature and is a slow growing evergreen shrub or small tree depending on growing conditions and care. Like others in the Dracaena family the Jade Jewel has glossy, long, thin, strappy leaves that resemble the leaves of a corn plant. What makes this plant unique in tropical landscapes is its stripped cream and light green colored leaves that form in a rosette shape around the bamboo like stalks of the plant.
Through the summer and fall mature Jade Jewels will bloom a panicle from its stem that produces fragrant white flowers at the tips of its small branches. The Jade Jewel corn plant prefers well lit areas with well-drained soil. If kept as a house plant bright rooms are ideal for this specimen to flourish.
Dracaena Jade Jewel Key Points
Tropical in nature a slow growing evergreen shrub or small tree
Glossy, long thin strappy leaves that resemble the corn plant
Stripped cream and light green colored leaves form a rosette shape around the stalk
Blooms a panicle with small white flowers through the summer and fall
Prefers well lite areas with well-drained soil
Can be kept as a house plant in a bright room
Plant shown is a 6 pot.
GROWTH & CARE
Growing Zone 10-15
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Mature Height: 4-50
Mature Width: 3-10
Light Needs Full Sun, Partial Sun, Partial Shade
Watering Needs Average Watering
Blooms Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Late Fall, Early Winter
Botanical: Dracaena Fragrans, Jade Jewel
Plant Directions: Sent with order
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