USDA Prohibits Shipping Live Plants to: AZ, CA, AK, or HI. If you reside in one of the states listed, your order will be cancelled. Decorative container (shown in photo) is sold separately. The tropical Lemon Surprise looks similar to others in the Dracaena family the surprise is in the twist. Its long 10 inch leaves grow outward and in a rosette shape and can mature into a small tree. Glossy and smooth the foliage is striped lemon green, white, and gray green in color. As the leaves stretch they start to curl showing its vibrant color from both sides. Being a hybrid of the family the Lemon Surprise may bloom under the right growing conditions. One can enjoy the brilliant colors of its foliage year-round both indoors and outdoors. The Lemon Surprise Dragon Tree likes partially shaded, bright areas with well-drained soil. Dracaena Lemon Surprise Key Points Tropical similar to others in the Dracaena family with a surprise in the twist Long 10 inch leaves grow in a rosette shape and can mature into a small tree Glossy and smooth with striped colors of lemon green, white and gray green As leaves stretch they curl showing its vibrant color from both sides Brilliant foliage year around both indoors and outdoors Likes partially shaded, bright areas with well-drained soil GROWTH & CARE Growing Zone 10-11 What's my zone USDA Hardiness Zone Finder Mature Height: 12-36 Mature Width: 15-23 Light Needs Partial Shade, Full Shade Watering Needs Average Watering Blooms Indeterminate Botanical: Dracaena Deremensis, Lemon Surprise Plant Directions: Sent with order
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