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Dracaena fragrans 'Massangeana'

Regular price
$10.95
Sale price
$10.95
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Not currently Available
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More commonly known as the 'Happy Plant', this plant is easily identifiable by its thick woody trunk with offshoots of broad green leaves with bright yellow stripes through the centre. Some plants of the same variety have solid green leaves, others have a cream leaf with a green stripe.

It requires very little maintenance to keep this plant looking amazing. This is one we always recommend new plant parents or people looking to add a tropical touch to their home or office.

 CARE:

Prefers a well lit position indoors or out. Water only when dry, fertilise every 3 months with a slow release fertiliser for optimum plant health.

PLEASE NOTE:

All pictures are of plants currently for sale or previously sold at The Tropic Gardener. The plant photographed should be used as an indication of size and quality only, and may not be the exact plant you receive. Form and colour will vary slightly.

Pickup and Delivery

In Stock - 9 Available

Shipping
All orders are posted on the Monday or Tuesday after payment.
While all care is taken during packing we cannot take responsibility for loss or damage by Australia Post.
Unfortunately we do not ship to Tasmaina, Northern Territory or Western Australia.

Small and delicate plants will be sent in their nursery pot but everything else will be sent bare rooted in sphagnum moss.
Pick up is available during store opening hours, but must be selected during check out.

Returns
While all care is taken during packing we cannot take responsibility for loss or damage by Australia Post.
Pickup:

Pick up is available during store opening hours but must be selected during check out.
We are open Tuesday to Saturday from 9am-5pm and Sunday from 9am-3pm.
Care instructions:
We recommend a quality well-draining mix to provide aeration and deter root rot. A good way to gauge if your plant needs a drink is to feel the soil with your finger. Test to see if the soils is still wet a couple centimetres down. The same test can be done with a moisture meter but be sure to sample multiple spots to get an accurate reading. Remember that the rate of watering provided is a guide only and should be adjusted depending on your potting medium and the environment in which you keep your plant. Happy gardening!