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I love Dracaenas as they are so easy to grow and are very durable! In fact, I had a beautiful Dracaena in college and that stood up to a lot of abuse and still grew well! 

Light: Low light or indirect sunlight. 

  • Watering: Easy to overwater, so allow to fully dry out between waterings. Drooping or yellow leaves indicate overwatering. 
  • Other Considerations: This plant can be toxic to cats or dogs if eaten, so much sure you keep it away from Rover and Fluffy! 

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Yellow Woodsorrel

Oxalis stricta L.  Description  This species is found in high and low maintenance turf, in sunny and shaded areas, and in moist and dry soils.

Yellow Nutsedge

Cyperus esculentus  Description  This species thrives in moist, poorly drained soils and can persist in full sun and moderate shade. Yellow nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) is

Yellow Foxtail

Setaria pumila (Poir.  Description  Likely introduced to North America from Europe and Asia, both species have spread throughout Pennsylvania and most of the United States.

Wild Violet

Viola spp.  Description  This weed grows well in moist, fertile soils and can persist in full sun and shaded areas. Wild violet (Viola spp.) is

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