Last month, I had to make the painful decision to trim a few branches off of my dragon tree (also known as a drago tree and Dracaena draco). As mentioned in a previous post, I wanted to see if I could propagate new drago trees from these cuttings. So far, the cuttings, in pots, appear to be alive! This is so exciting! The photos are of 2 different cuttings. The one on the left appears to have new young leaves. The one on the right shows more mature leaves and a common characteristic of Dracaena plants: shedding older, lower leaves to make way for newer leaf growth up top.
The dragon tree seeds that I planted in pots do not yet show any signs of sprouting or growing, but it’s only been about a month, so I’m going to keep watering as usual and hope for the best!