Dragon Tree Cuttings and Seeds

Dragon tree seeds, on stalksDragon tree cutting, in a five-gallon containerYesterday afternoon, I’d prepared seven containers for the dragon tree cuttings from earlier in the morning. HOW TO: the cut ends were rinsed with a hose to remove dirt and debris and to make it easier for the powdered plant rooting hormone to stick to the cut end. I’m not sure if this rooting hormone will work on trees to stimulate root growth, but it’s used for other plants, so I’m hoping for the best. Then, each of the very heavy cuttings were placed in potting soil-filled containers. I also have several seed stalks of the tree. I will separately try to plant them in potting soil and see if they will grow! The photo of the seeds is a close-up, each about the size of a pearl.


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