Dragon Tree Seedlings

It’s been about a 1-1/2 months since my dragon tree seedlings (Dracaena draco, dragon tree, drago tree) made their first appearance in their container. Here’s an updated photo of these lovely darlings! It’s interesting to know that these very soft, pliable leaves will eventually be replaced with splendid, long, more rigid leaves when mature.

These seedlings, which I propagated from seed (see my previous posts) from my mature dragon tree, have called this 5-gallon pot, in regular potting soil, their home. Each seedling will eventually get their own pot when they outgrow this temporary home. I water the seedlings twice a week, so it’s been very low maintenance.


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