Spectacular foliage plant from Canary Islands, slow... more
Dracaena godseffiana (surculosa) - Gold Dust Japanese Bamboo
Spectacular foliage plant from Canary Islands, slow growing, winding or hanging at times that grows about 1.5-2 ft high.The leaves are dark green spotted with golden drops. New leaves appear as tightly rolled cones, unfurling to show beautiful creamy yellow markings. The 3" long inflorescences with small white flowers are pleasantly fragrant during the night; the fruits are globose berries of about 15 mm of diameter of a reddish orange color. Perfect house plant with low needs.
Leaves of this showy easy to grow plant are tri-color:... more
Dracaena marginata Tricolor - Colorama, Money Tree
Leaves of this showy easy to grow plant are tri-color: with stripes of red, white/yellow and green. It is very undemanding, requires little water and can tolerate both low or bright light. A popular house plant, too. The plant is said to bring good luck and prosperity in the house (Money Plant).
Showy, variegated formThe Lucky Bamboo Plant which is an extremely popular houseplant and candidate for some aquariums, terrariums, and paluadariums. It is not actually closely related to bamboo grass, although its common name comes from its resemblance to bamboo grass. While not a true aquatic plant, the Lucky Bamboo Plant is extraordinarily popular and can often be applied to aquarium, terrarium, and paludarium setups! It should be positioned upright with its leaves clearly out of the water. There isn't really a well known reason for how this common name came about, although Dracaena sanderiana grows easily in water and the canes of the plant have a similar appearance to real bamboo stalks, it has no true connection with Japanese culture.