What is the plant
Madagascar dragon tree is a bold accent if you have the space.
It's daring, upright form punctuates the decor like an exclamation point, adding excitement to any room.
This beautiful tree starts out as a thick tuft of spiky leaves.
As it grows, the lower leaves naturally fall, leaving a cluster of dramatic, spear-shaped leaves above a bare woody stem. Its narrow, red-edged leaves can grow about 12-16 in (30-40 cm) long.
With a fat and scaly trunk, leggy succulent branches that reach skyward to support an umbrella-like canopy of rosette-shaped foliage clusters, stiff blue-green leaves shaped like swords, and greenish-white flowers that are later replaced with dripping strands of red and black berries, the dragon tree Dracaena draco has a look all its own.
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