On Aug 3, 2012, ILoveCleanAir from Los Angeles, CA wrote:
I'm not sure if the plant I have is a Gold Dust Dracaena or not. I bought it yesterday on sale at Home Depot in a 6" pot on clearance for $3.33. I will upload a photo when I get home and hope that I can figure out what kind of plant I bought!
On Sep 11, 2010, jskyieeyes3 from Saint Cloud, FL (Zone 9b) wrote:
picked this cutie up at home depot in a 3in pot. have had it for over a year. it grows pretty slow, but the foliage is pretty. i enjoy all varieties of dracaenas, so when i came across the florida beauty, i had to pick it up. very little maintenance for this plant. i fertilize with milorganite every 3 months during the growing season, and water once a week. enjoys the partial shade on the back porch! =)
On Apr 27, 2010, daringdon from Gilbert, AZ wrote:
Well, I see that most of you say the plant only gets to about 3 ft tall. Mine's about 5 ft tall, and I've trimmed it a couple times...It has flowered several times, and this year it has berries for the first time. I've had it for about 14-15 years.
On Feb 3, 2006, katt41 from Michigan City, IN wrote:
I just found this one growing in 3" pots at my local Jewel grocery store here in NW Indiana. They're about 8 inches, looks like they came from cuttings. I love them and hope they get as beautiful as those pictures from CA!
On Jul 23, 2005, StarGazey26 from (Zone 10a) wrote:
This plant has been a great house plant! I fertalize him once a month, and he does great, he gets a little morning sun, which is alright with him! They only get about 3 feet tall, and are very slow, but are pretty.. Kind of hard to find, have only seen them in 5 gallons at my local home depot. They only carry them once in a while, and they run about 42 dollars for a nice 5 gallon. Its worth the money, you'll have this plant for years!
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions:
Gilbert, Arizona Los Angeles, California Solvang, California Bartow, Florida Big Pine Key, Florida Black Diamond, Florida Saint Cloud, Florida Hawaiian Acres, Hawaii