Dracaena Mahatma is hardy, drought tolerant, low maintenance, air purifier and good luck bringer houseplant which does not require to be fed or watered frequently and does exceedingly well in the low light indoor environment. The leaves on the Hawaiian Ti plant can vary in width and length depending on which variety it is, although most leaves grow to about 1ft long. The leaves branch off from the main trunk in a new rosette of leaves, similar to how a dracaena plant does. The lower leaves also die off just like a dracaena, which is normal to encourage new growth.
Dracaenas are perfect houseplants which survive in adverse conditions for a plant, these are adaptable to low or artificial light, human livable temperature range and low humidity at ease, most of plants under the genre are care free about the potting medium as these can be grown in water, coco-peat or soil without hassle.
Genus dracaenas have several wonderful, elegant, adaptable and popular houseplants including lucky bamboo and songs of India. Dracaena plants are attractive, varied, tough, drought tolerant and hard to kill with colorful foliage. Dracaenas are air purifier which cleans benzene, formaldehyde, trichloroethylene, and other airborne pollutants. This adaptable houseplant thrives indoors or a partially-shady outdoor area, like a patio. They usually grow up to about 3ft tall indoors, which takes a fair few years, and have a bushy tree type of look about them.
Dracaena is one of the most effective houseplants in air purification. It helps remove formaldehyde, benzene, trichloroethylene and carbon dioxide. These are chemicals linked with several health problems among them headaches, respiratory problems, anemia, marrow disease, kidney disease among others.