The scientific name is Dracaena draco. Dracaena draco is an
evergreen tree with a single, smooth grey trunk which eventually becomes
multi-stemmed when the plant is much older. Attractive blue-green leaves may
grow up to 60cm (23 inches) long and 5cm (2 inches) wide. The leaves Draco Dracaena
are somewhat severe, stiffly pointed that end in something resembling a spike.
The leaves are solidly green, as the old leaves die the stem gradually unveils
with a scaly pattern. The Dracaena draco will grow to 0.9-1.2m (3-4 feet)
Thrives in moist well-drained soil in a sunny or partly
shaded position and is drought tolerant when established. Avoid wet boggy soils
and over-watering. Dracaena draco will appreciate good organic matter. Slow
growing; takes about 10 years to reach about 1.5m (5 feet). Water gently to keep the soil moist. Avoid watering the tip of the plant. In a garden bed, no watering is
Height :3 meter
Temperature: 65 to 85
: partial to full
Uses and benefits :
An excellent plant for a decorative pot.