Yucca Cane 12"
First, on our list on how to care for your Yucca Cane is to place them in a spot where they can receive bright indirect light. However, if this type of light is unavailable in your place, your Yucca Cane plant can also tolerate lower light areas, but it will grow much slower.
Common Problem: If the leaves of your Yucca Cane plant are turning yellow, this means it has been exposed to direct sunlight for too long.
Solution: On our Omysa Plant Care Tip, it's best to place your Yucca Cane plant in a partially shaded area of bright, but indirect light for better leaf color.
Next on our list on how to care for your Yucca Cane is to water it when the top 50% of the soil is dry. If the soil dries up in a week, then water your plant every week. If the soil dries up in two weeks, then water your plant every two weeks.
Common Problem: If the tips of your Yucca Cane is turning brown, this means that the plant's soil is incredibly dry. However, if the leaves are turning yellow, this means you are overwatering the plant.
Solution: Create a watering schedule and stick to it to avoid this kind of problem. A general rule of thumb, check if the top 50% of the soil is dry. If it is dry, then it's time to water your Yucca Cane plant. Also, always discard any excess water that's left in the catcher or saucer because this can lead to root rot.
Humidity & Temperature
The Yucca Cane does not require any extra humidity, but it's best if you can place it in a sunny corner with relatively low humidity. Also, this plant is quite flexible that it can thrive in temperatures between 30-90°F.