About Dracena 'Sted Sol Cane'
The Dracaena “Sted Sol Cane” is a member of the Dracaena family, and its durability and tropical look often have it mistaken for a palm plant. With beautiful thin leaves and vibrant coloration, the Dracaena Sted Sol Cane is perfect for adding a tropical appearance to any room thanks to its hardy nature and air purifying qualities.
The Dracaena Sted Sol Cane stands between 4”- 6”. Product Size : 64 Oz, Choose between our pre-potted plant options to fit your decor needs. Pot options available include:
- Nursery pot
- Black cylinder
- Terra Cotta Liberty Bell
- Terra Cotta Short
Dracaena Sted Sol Cane enjoys medium to bright light and will grow their best in a brightly lit area of the home.
Never place your Dracaena in direct sunlight as it may scorch its visually stunning leaves and create brown tips or edges. Dracaena are also often sensitive to fluoride found in tap water. If you can, water your Dracaena Sted Sol Cane with filtered water. Keep your plant away from areas with a cold draft or temperatures below 55℉.
The Dracaena family of plants is well known for helping to remove harmful airborne pollutants such as benzene, xylene, ammonia, and formaldehyde. Improving the quality of air in your home has never been easier than with houseplants like the Dracaena Sted Sol Cane.
LOOKING AFTER THE PLANT
Keep your Dracaena is a brightly lit area with either filtered indoor light, or a semi-shade location, making sure that it is not placed in direct sunlight. Dracaena requires less water than most other indoor plants. Make sure that your plant's soil is completely dry between waterings and that it has good drainage. The bottom-most leaves of your Dracaena Sted Sol Can can become yellow and begin to fall. This is normal, as Dracaena shed their old leaves in order to grow new ones. Wipe down the dust from both the upper and undersides of the leaves of your plant with a soft cloth to ensure the plant is freely circulating air in the home.
PLANT CARE WITH PETS AND CHILDREN
The Dracaena Sted Sol Cane is toxic to both cats and dogs when ingested. If ingested by your pet they may experience dilated pupils, vomiting, excessive saliva, and loss of appetite.