Dragon Tree, dracaena draco

DRAGON TREE – Dracaena draco
Tight rosette of tough blue-green leaves whose edges turn red in bright sun. Trunk may grow 2-4′ tall.
TEMPERATURE: Average to warm: minimum at night 62-65 degrees.
LIGHT: Diffused sunlight or partial shade.
WATERING: Keep soil uniformly moist but not wet.
FERTILIZE: Every 2 months.
Information brought to you by Lawn Patio Barn.com taken from Merchant Publishing Company and prepared by Agricultural Research Center in Florida.

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