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23 of Our Favorite Low-Light Houseplants
There's no mistaking where this handsome houseplant got its common name. Corn plant, Dracaena fragrans, produces straplike leaves that bear a strong resemblance to sweet corn. The plants grow 3-6 feet tall and thrive in low light. Water whenever the soil feels dry to the touch. Corn plants are sold in bush form or on tall, architecturally interesting bare canes./
How to Regrow a Stalk of Dracaena Massangeana
“Massangeana,“ commonly referred to as corn plant, is a Dracaena fragrans cultivar. In a container, it grows to a mature height of 4 to 5 feet with yellow-striped leaves resembling a corn plant. Spider mites and scale can afflict this plant, but it is not especially prone to insect or disease problems. If a stalk gets broken off or you would simply like to regrow a new "Massangeana" plant, they are fairly easy to root from stem cuttings.
A Quick Guide to Corn Houseplant Propagation By Cane Cuttings
In order to propagate a corn plant from stem cuttings, you require a matured cane, sharp knife, and potting supplies. Detailed instructions for collecting the cane cuttings, rooting them, and transplanting the new corn plants are highlighted in this article.