Janet Craig is one of the best Draceanas to use indoors, due to it's ability to grow in low light and tolerate considerable dryness.
The temperature requirements for Janet Craig is a comfortable 18 degrees and the water requirements are low.
Dracaenas are one of the plants used in the NASA Clean Air Study and has shown to help remove Formaldehyde from the air.
The wide leaves on Dracaenas can and do accumulate dust. Wipe leaves down regularly with a damp cloth to remove dust.
Origin: Tropical East Africa
Light: Moderate to bright light. Keep plant out of direct sunlight which can scorch its leaves, leaving brown marks. Pale leaves can indicate that light is too low.
Water: This Dracaena plant will tolerate many abuses, but not soggy soil. Water thoroughly, allowing the top inch (2.5 cm) of the soil to dry out between waterings
Temperature: Average room temperatures (60-75°F/16-24°C)
Fertilizer: Feed monthly year-round with a balanced liquid fertilizer .