Song of India (Dracaena reflexa variegata)

The Dracaena reflexa, commonly called as Pleomele or the Song of India, boasts a bright yellow variegation. When grown as a houseplant, D. reflexa grows much smaller. But this dracaena plant typically grows up to 6 meter in protected areas under ideal conditions.

The Dracaena Song of India slowly grows into an upright bushy plant following a common oval or palm-like shape. Its lanceolate evergreen leaves are spirally arranged on the irregular stems and grow in tight whorls thereby looking stunning en masse. The bold yellow markings that run along the edges of the leaves differentiate Dracaena Song of India from the other dracaenas. During winter, white small clustered flowers appear along with occasional fruit production.

Because of its richly colored,evergreen leaves, and thick, irregular stems, the Dracaena song of India becomes a favorite decorative foliage shrub. It provides a good focal point various places such as airports and stations, bars and lounges, conservatories, offices, malls, and even swimming pools. It is widely grown as an ornamental plant and a houseplant. Its flexibility in terms of use and purpose, makes D. reflexa Song of India a perfect provider of focal point even in mixed displays and in various landscape designs.

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