Dracaena Golden Heart 10" Pot
Dracaenas are a group of houseplants you just can't go wrong with. Why? They're among the easiest and most common indoor plants around. Young plants are small and bushy, making them perfect residents of desks and tabletops. Older dracaenas develop woody stems and can become tree like.
Lighting: Dracaena tolerate low light, but thrive in medium and bright spots, too.
Watering: Water dracaenas when the soil surface gets dry; that's often about once a week or so.
Humidity: If your dracaena has brown leaf tips, try boosting the humidity --- dry air (or soil that stays dry too long) can cause the leaves to develop this problem.
Fertilization: Only once or twice a year to keep them healthy (every six months or so).