This easy to care for, durable houseplant produces multiple canes with tons of long, thin, green leaves that are trimmed with red. NASA lists a Dracaena marginata as an excellent plant for removing harmful chemicals from the air.
Light: Prefers medium light, but survive in low light situations. Lower light slows down the growth rate and reduces the size of new leaves. Direct sun burns the leaves.
Water: Over-watering causes root-rot and is the main reason a Dracaena marginata dies. Water well and don't water again until the top 50% of the soil is dry.