Dragon tree - branched multistem

Botanical name:

Dracaena deremensis ‘Warneckii’


A striking foliage plant with white bands of varying width that runs through the grey-green pointed foliage. With the erect and slender growth habit, it is a perfect choice for the office environment and areas with limited space.


This species of dragon tree is native throughout tropical Africa and is a very popular choice for its shiny grey-green leaves with striking markings. Its erect and slender growth habit means it can bring height into a room with very little sacrifice on space making it the perfect elegant choice for office environments and any other limited space area which has medium to low light conditions. To ensure those lush and shiny green leaves live up to their reputation, give them a regular wiping with a combination of water and milk to bring out that natural shine. One plant you can rely on to just add some lush greenery with minimal care requirements.

Supplied size:

Supplied in a 24cm nursery pot.
Plant size of 90cm tall, inclusive of the pot, and 45cm wide.
Will fit into a pot cover size of 25-28cm wide and 25cm deep.

Growth habit:

Tall and slender, growing as tall as you allow it.
Stems can be cut back if growing too tall - consult us for advice if you need to. 

Ideal conditions:

Medium to low light conditions.

Watering requirements:

Only water them when the top 2-3cm of the soil is dry to the touch. They tend to prefer distilled water or rainwater and it has fewer chemicals.

Health concerns and benefits:

The sap is toxic for animals, but not considered poisonous for humans. Avoid any ingestion, just to be on the safe side.
It is known for having strong air-purifying abilities by filtering airborne toxins and converting that to oxygen.

Known concerns:

Soft scale and mealybug insect generally evident when there is poor ventilation/air circulation in the room.

Any questions?

Please feel free to get in touch with us if you would like to explore further options in sizing; would like more advice on the plant or discuss any concerns regarding any issues you are having growing yours.

Recently viewed