Marginata 'Madagascar Dragon Tree'
Madagascar Dragon Tree
Latin: Draceana Marginata
Light: Your Dragon Tree grows best in bright indirect light but can also survive in partial shade. Keep in mind, plants kept in lower light situations will grow slower and produce smaller leaves with less intense colour.
Water: Your Dragon Tree is a drought-tolerant plant. Wait until the top half of the soil is dry before watering (this can often take three weeks or more). If the plant has yellow leaves, it usually means it needs more water.
According to the NASA Clean Air Study, Marginata are one of the best air-purifying plants to have, based on the ranking of highest concentrations of harmful toxins pull from the air.
Beautiful as it is, the dragon tree is also poisonous. While it's not harmful to humans, the leaves are extremely toxic to cats and dogs. If you notice your pet exhibiting any of the symptoms below, contact an emergency vet immediately.