DRACAENA MARGINATA Potted plant, Dragon tree/3-stem,

$22.99

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This tough plant withstands dryness and is easy-care. Perfect if you are a beginner when it comes to plants. And did you know that plants can make you feel better and make your home more vibrant?

Article Number803.035.31

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Decorate your home with plants combined with a plant pot to suit your style.

Easy care plant.

This plant is sensitive to over-watering. Too much water in the pot can restrict the oxygen flow to the roots, causing damage to the plant.

Give your plants a boost with fertilizer every month. If you notice that the plant has gone dormant - let it be until next season.

IKEA provides all potted plants with nutrient-rich soil, repotting is not needed until 1 year after purchase.

Remove dust every now and then to allow the plant to get as much light as possible.

Article Number803.035.31
  • Plant/ Substrate:

    Cultivated potted plant

    Pot:

    Polypropylene

    Others

    Only for decoration. Not suitable for consumption.

    Placement

    For indoor use

    Place in a light area, out of direct sunlight.

    Temperature

    Minimum temperature 54º F (12°C).

    Water

    Water sparingly.

  • Do not lift the plant by the stem.

Measurements

Diameter of plant pot: 8 " (20.5 cm)

Height of plant: 29 ½ " (75 cm)

  • DRACAENA MARGINATA
    Potted plantArticle no803.035.31

    Length: 38 " (97 cm)

    Weight: 7 lb 8 oz (3.40 kg)

    Diameter: 19 ¾ " (50 cm)

    Package(s): 1

Ratings and reviews

4.4(57)
It is good in lengthGagandeepIt is good in length but has some dead leaves which I cleaned up easily.4
FantasticamandaLovely plant5
Healthy and looks greatLeslieHealthy and looks great5
Great looking plant!EDYTHGreat looking plant!5
Love itCYNDYLove it4
We like this plant thatjolinaWe like this plant that gives pleasant appeal in our living room5
Love the look of theJulieLove the look of the plants but usually plants I buy at ikea don’t last too long.3
Healthy plantLisaTransplanted this lovely yet economical plant. For not having a green thumb at all, this plant is flourishing wonderfully!5
full fronds that look great!JOSIEThis plant looks great - it has a thick bunch of variegated fronds on each of the 3 stems. I put it at the base of an existing very tall dracaena to cover up a blank space... (the old dracaena doesn't have leaves on the bottom 4 feet). The new little guy fits in very nicely! Hopefully it will live as long as the big fella - about 15 years so far.4
Wish it came in aTANYAWish it came in a bigger pot4
Good price for a 4’ThomasGood price for a 4’ plant5
Nice plantStuartGreat plant, nice price4
Beautiful plantKarenI was looking for a natural looking artificial plant and came across this beautiful real one for an amazing price! I couldn’t resist! She’s beautiful!5
gorgeousYANAgorgeous5
Healthy plant, no pestsChristineHealthy plant, no pests5
Great green filler plantLAURAGreat green filler plant5
Great priceWendyI’d been looking for a larger plant for a while and happened to be at IKEA and saw this plant for a great price. I love how it looks in my living room5
Was on sale.BeckyWas on sale.3
Luscious plantBOBLuscious plant5
Just bought it. Not sureSoudabehJust bought it. Not sure of it’s going to last or not, but it’s lovely and the price was awesome!5

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Tough plant suitable for beginners

A tough dragon tree that withstands dryness and is easy-care since it has roots that are extra good at absorbing water. A perfect plant to have at home if you’re not as expert a gardener as you’d like to be or if you’re a beginner when it comes to plants. Thrives the most in bright places, but not in direct sunlight. By the way, did you know that plants can boost your well-being and make your home more vibrant?