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Dracaena draco 'Dragon Tree' - Plant

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Dracaena draco 'Dragon Tree' - Plant

Dracaena draco is a woody, evergreen tree monocot that can grow to about 10-15 m in height (but exceptionally up to 21 m tall and up to 15 m in circumference at the base of the trunk).

Both trunk and branches produce large, compact clusters of silvery gray leaves.

Generally has a large central trunk that with age may develop a number of side branches subtending a hugely wide semi globose umbrella-shaped canopy.

Not to be confused with Dracaena cinnabari, the Dragon Blood Tree native to Socotra.


Habit Evergreen Tree
Height 10.00 m
Growth Rate Slow
Cultivation Status Cultivated, Wild

A plant of the drier subtropics, it is also grown in tropical areas.

A slow-growing but long-lived species it commences flowering when about 30 years old.

Trees can regularly live for 600 years or more - a specimen 21 metres tall was estimated to be 6,000 years old.

Leaves: Linear-lanceolate. Sessile, about 90-110 cm long and 4 cm wide, glaucous, silvery grey in compact rosettes at the apex of both trunk and branches.
Inflorescence: Flower spike loosely branched (paniculate), within the foliage mass. Flowers numerous, lily-like, greenish-white or light yellow, sweetly perfumed, in groups of 4-5. Pedicels 5-10 mm long: Perianth white, pink, crimson to greenish-white, tube campanulate, 1,5-4 mm long. Tepals 7-11 mm long. Anthers greenish.
Phenology: The plant blooms at intervals of about 10-15 years. After each flowering, the tree then branches.