Dracaena Kaweesakii

Description

Dracaena kaweesakii is a species of dragon tree. It can reach 12 metres (39 ft) in both height and crown diameter. It is only found growing atop the limestone mountains in the Loei and the Lop Buri Provinces of Thailand.

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Dracaena Kaweesakii Care

Overview

Humidity
50% - 60%
Light
Medium (Light - Indirect)
Soil
Mix soil
Temperature
More than 24
Watering
Medium

Humidity

Basic household or office humidity is fine.

Light

Your Dracaena Kaweesakii prefers medium indirect sunlight. Brown spots on the leaves usually indicate the plant is getting too much light. Pale leaves, slow growth, and small new leaves indicate it is not getting enough light.

Soil

Always use a loose, quick-draining soil for any Dracaena; this helps prevent over-watering and root rot. Add sand to your regular potting mixture if the soil doesn't drain quickly enough.

Temperature

Your Dracaena Kaweesakii prefers temperatures between 60-75 degrees.

Watering

Water your Dracaena Kaweesakii when it appears the pot is getting dry, about once every 7-10 days. Watering frequency will depend on the amount of light and humidity around the plant. Water the plant until water flows into the saucer, then pour out any excess.

Fertilizing

From April until September use a liquid fertilizer that's diluted - once every 2 - 3 weeks, whilst it's growing.

Propagation

Cutting and re-planting stem cuttings a couple of inches long is an easy method used. Apply root hormones and give it a few weeks for them to begin rooting.