Large Dracaena Warneckii 'Lemon Lime' Cane
Our large-size Dracaena Lemon Lime is an electrifying addition to anyone’s new or advanced plant collections. Native to the jungles of islands around the Indian Ocean, it likes medium, bright sunlight and humid temps. The indoor Lemon Lime houseplant will grow approximately 5 feet tall given the circumstances. Now we have a brand new augmented reality (AR) feature that allows you to use your phone to see what the new Lemon Lime will look like in any room. It’s pretty fun, interactive, and easy to use.
Dracaena Lime Benefits
Lemon Lime houseplants are great at removing toxins from the air. This can help people avoid eye irritation, runny nose, sore throat, headaches, and nausea. If you get multiple lemon-lime plants or collect the different varieties of Dracaena, you can really expedite the air purification process. Cleaner air may also help increase memory and problem-solving ability.
Get Your Hands on All of Them!
The Dracaena family has over 100 species for you to collect, and Dahing Plants can help you get started right away. We have a bunch of these here at Dahing Plants! Dracaena house plants we have for you to collect are the Dracaena Janet Craig, Janet Craig (Bush), Janet Lind, Carmen, Marginata, Reflexa (solid), Tarzan Branch, Compacta, and Dorado. Our inventory of these beauties is always fluctuating, so make sure to collect them all before they sell out. A family of different Dracaena plants would make for a great workspace, office, guest room, or waiting room.
Put the Lime in the Coconut
The Dracaena Lemon Lime not only sounds fun, it straight up looks like it’s having a good time. It’s dressed to impress, with stunning lime and tropical green leaves that look like bright neon. On the middle of the leaf you can find a paint stroke of emerald and hunter green that really makes the neon pop. Customers love the thick tree-like stems that really lean into the lush rainforest tree vibe.
Get Creative With It
You can style the plant a few different ways depending on how you trim and maintain the leaves. For those that love the ‘bush’ look, you can let the leaves grow over themselves until they get dense, and then trim the leaves so they are rounder, giving it that shrub look. Other leaves you can let grow out long, so they drape over and cascade down kind of like a palm tree. Still others you can let the leaves fill in from the bottom of the trunk all the way to the top, giving it more of a tall, thick, tree ensemble. Different species of Dracaena will also vary in how their leaves grow out. What style of Dracaena do you like best?