Written by Maggie
Dec 29 2020
Dracaena leaves are like longswords, and their plant shape is graceful and regular, which is an excellent leaf-watching plant for modern interior decoration. Recently also many flower friends reported their Dracaena leaves curly and leaf tips dry, and do not how to take care of Dracaena. Today, I'm going to introduce how to take care of Dracaena leaves curly and leaf tips dry.
Although Dracaena prefers to grow in full light, too much light can cause its leaves to curl.
Solution: Move it to scattered light for curing. If you can't find the right spot, shade around midday.
Dracaena is a little temper to the environment, neither like the wet environment, nor does it like too dry environment. Under a long time in the wet state, its leaves will wilt. If left dry for too long, the leaves will curl.
Solution: Spray the leaves with fog as appropriate, and spray the ground around it with water to relieve dry conditions.
If there are spots on the surface of the leaf, you should consider whether there are diseases and insect outbreaks.
Many plant leaf problems are related to watering. Dracaena is no exception. If the water is too much, and the water can not be discharged smoothly, then the Flower soil will stay in the state of moisture for a long time. At this time the root of the plant will not be able to absorb the nutrients and water in the flower soil, its leaves will naturally curly state.
Solution: First, move it to a well-ventilated place for a period of time. If it is a thin and tall glazed potted plant, you can consider replacing it with a short plain pot, which is very beneficial to its growth, because the air permeability of the plain pot is good.
Dracaena may be harmed by a scale insect, starscream, or thistle if conditions are not favorable. In addition, too much ventilation, dryness or irregular watering and excessive fertilization may cause the tip to scorch. Here's how to take care of the dried leaf tips of Dracaena.
Keep it in a sunny place and cut down on watering. Dracaena is a Dracaena Dracaena, a Dracaena Dracaena is light-loving, drought-tolerant and fond of hot and humid conditions. If raised indoors, water the leaves instead of spraying them with water.
Moving Dracaena from the dining room to the place that relies on the balcony to the sitting room had been good, no leaf withered any more. It is sending out new leaves inside, one school is lively. Still do not pour water much, irrigate water to be able to be two weeks commonly, appropriately apply a bit fertilizer.
Clean the diseased leaves in a timely manner, and then spray the plants evenly with a thousand times toxins, or other special agents for leaf blight.
Don't raise the temperature right away, warm up slowly. Don't water too much, keep the soil properly dry.