A dracaena warneckii survives in low light, but grows faster and fuller in medium light. In low light, the new leaves of a dracaena warneckii may be smaller and narrower. Direct sun burns the leaves!
Keep on the dry side! Water well and then allow the top 50 percent of the soil to dry out before watering a dracaena warneckii again.
Usual household temperatures between 65 and 80 are fine for a dracaena warneckii. Keep the leaves of dracaenas away from cold windows, air conditioners, and heaters.
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