Syn. Dracaena reflexa
Common name: Pleomele, Song of Jamaica
Native to: Madagascar
Dracaena are evergreen trees, the few branches bearing linear to lance-shaped leaves often crowded towards the tips; on mature plants, small greenish-white flowers may be followed by orange or red berries.
Dracaena reflexa "Song of Jamaica" is a multi-stemmed shrub with whorls of strappy lime green or dark green variegated leaves. A very adaptable plant which can be grown in full sun outdoors, or in lower light levels indoors. A fantastic accent plant in tropical gardens. Hardy indoor pot plant.
Pleomele reflexa "Song of Jamaica"
Native / exotic: Exotic
Aspect: Full sun to part shade
Flowers: Small, insignificant, greenish-white
Growth habit: Upright, bushy multy-stemmed shrub
Hardiness: Hardy but not drought resistant
Height: Up to 3 to 5 metres
Spread: Up to 1 metre
Soil requirements: Prefers moist well-drained soils.
Uses: A fantastic accent plant in tropical gardens. Hardy indoor pot plant.