dracaena care tips - lighting requirements
I have three dracaena - lemon-lime, compact Janet Craig, and spiked tri-colour. They're all in a north window inside the home. They're in four-inch pots and are still fairly young. I always water my plants from the bottom, rarely the top.
I've checked the internet for care tips but am a bit confused by the contradictory advice about lighting requirements.
I want your opinion if these plants do best sitting on a north window ledge or can they thrive four to eight feet from this window with an occasional boost from the nearby fluorescent lamp.
I suspect these plants don't like direct intense afternoon sunlight.
Thanks as always!