The Dracaena originates from Africa. In the sub-tropical jungles, 

a plant may reach a height of 5 metres.

Nowadays, most Dracaenas come from Costa Rica.

Cultivation in Holland takes 8 to 12 weeks.


Propagation takes place by way of marcotting. An incision is made in the bark, around which a small bag of moss is wrapped. Roots form above the incision and, when they are big enough, the plant is cut off under the root and sent abroad to places like Holland.

Dracaena marginata


  Light: Plenty of light, but no direct sunlight.
  Temperature: Temperature above 15 C
  Water :

Water moderately.

  Fertilization:   Feef monthly.

Intended for decoration purposes, not for consumption