The Dracaena Art Carmen is a popular interior landscape plant. Many of the plants that are used by interior landscape companies are Dracaena plants. Dracaena plants do well in the artificial lighting available in many office settings. Can be grown in low light but medium to bright, indirect light is better for plant health and growth.
A member of the Dracaena family, Art Carmen is one of the more common Dracaena found in homes and interior landscapes. Dracaena Art Carmen is grown in a variety of forms including the tip, bush and cane. This glossy, dark green plant can be anywhere from one foot tall to twenty feet tall, though it is unusual to find them at that size except in interior landscapes or the tropical forest.
With a 10" diameter pot or larger, it is a good idea to check the soil with a houseplant moisture meter before you water. In lower to medium light, let dry down at least 3/4 the depth of the grow pot. In bright light let the potting media dry down about the same amount. See pages on watering your indoor plants and lighting for your plants for more information.
Leaf tips that are yellow may indicate over-watering problems. Pale new growth with dying tips, rotting roots and stems, soggy growing media are all signs that you are over-watering Dracaena Art Carmen. This is not always reversible so keep this plant more to the dry side. Please do not take that to extremes either!