Native to southeast Africa, the Dracaena Lisa is a low maintenance tree with dark glossy leaves spilling out the top of its slim, tubular trunks. With its narrow growth and tufty foliage, it's ideal for bringing some life into a corner of your space.
Place your Dracaena where it will receive plenty of medium to bright gentle light. It can tolerate the lower end of moderate light spaces but watering will need to be reduced.
Dracaenas prefer the soil to dry a little bit between waterings, but not completely through the pot. Typically, watering every 10-14 days (depending on your light) will keep the soil with a nice even level of moisture. You never want the soil to be soggy as this plant can be prone to root rot, however allowing the soil to get bone dry will result in brown tips on the plant's leaves. It’s a delicate balance, but once you fall into a routine, the Dracaena Lisa Cane will react well to regular waterings. The Dracaena also appreciates a humid environment, and will appreciate a humidifier, pebble tray, or regular misting.