Name: Dracaena deremensis ‘Warneckii’
Dracaena Warneckii is also called Striped dracaena, this plant has some similarity to “Janet Craig” as it is a medium sized shrub. Its foliage is narrower than “Janet Craig” and comes to a sharper point, with distinctive white stripes running lengthwise in the leafs center.
Dracaena deremensis Warneckii “Jumbo” is slightly more compact with wider leaves and Dracaena deremensis Warneckii “Lemon Lime” has dramatic green stripes on its foliage.
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The temperature requirements for Warneckii is a comfortable 75 degrees and the water requirements are low. Dracaenas are one of the plants used in the NASA Clean Air Study and has shown to help remove Formaldehyde.
Dracaenas have wide leaves that do accumulate dust. Wipe leaves regularly with a damp cloth to remove dust. Although most Dracaenas have few problems with pest, occasionally mealy bug and scale can attack the plant.
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