D. frangrans Victoria, has white and cream stripes they make good houseplants because they are tall and narrow, with controlled growth, can be used as indoor, balcony and landscape
Botanical Name - Dracaena fragrans Victoriae
D. frangrans Victoria has white and cream stripes, Corn plants are grown as thick canes that sprout from buds along the cane, achieving a alse palm effect (they’re sometimes called false palms). Like other dracaena, these are sensitive to fluoride and boron, which can cause leaf-tip burn.Water with nonfluoridated water. Other causes of brown leaf tips are temperature fluctuations, water stress, and calcium deficiency. If your plant is happy, the biggest problem is likely to be dust on its leaves. Clean the leaves with a damp cloth every so often to keep it looking its best. If the plant grows too tall, you can cut the canes, and new leaf buds will break out near the cut.