For instance, dragontree (Dracaena marginata), which grows up to 6 feet tall indoors, resembles a small palm tree with narrow, green leaves on woody, upright stems_. Song of India (_Dracaena reflexa 'Variegata') has a more compact shape with whorls of variegated green leaves edged with yellow; it grows from 3 to 6 feet tall.
The dracaena corn plant (botanical name: dracaena fragrans massangeana) is a well known indoor plant which is grown in many homes and offices within the US, UK and Europe. There are a few dracaena fragrans varieties that display different types of leaves such as the massangeana, lindenii and victoria.
To thrive indoors, your majesty palm loves six to eight hours of bright light per day. Water Well One key to growing majesty palm indoors is to never let the soil dry completely; this palm (endangered in the wild!) comes from spots along streams and rivers.
Starting with a young rubber tree houseplant will allow it to adapt to being an indoor plant better than starting with a more mature plant. Proper Light and Water for a Rubber Tree Plant. When it comes to rubber plant care, the correct balance of water and light is crucial, as with any plant.