I live in Michigan and have a beautiful spike Oracaena in my yard that I planted in spring. Will this plant last through the winter and come back next spring? Thanks in advance, Patty
Answer: I am not finding a plant reference for Oracaena. I am thinking that maybe you have one of two plant species often sold in the spring as “spikes,” either Dracaena or Cordyline. Both are considered tropicals and would need to overwinter inside through a Michigan winter.
These are sold as indoor houseplants and for patio container gardens to add height. They can be similar in appearance, depending on the variety. As houseplants, both are low maintenance, requiring only medium light and even moisture.
Hope this helps~