Known for its stunning variegated foliage, this dracaena is native to western tropical Africa. Thin upright branches, which occasionally hang down, produce leaves that are dark green with spots of cream or yellow.
- Light: Bright, indirect light
- Water: Keep soil moist, but do not overwater.
- Additionally: Leaves will brown or drop if the light is too high and they can lose their intense coloring if the light is too low. Overgrown stems may be cut back in winter to rejuvenate growth. Roots prefer to be snug in pot.