Dragon Tree Cutting, Rooting!

This is one of my dragon tree cuttings, in a petite 5-gallon container. Click on the photo and look at the bottom, slightly left img_1519of center – you’ll notice a very healthy root! This cutting was taken nearly one year ago. The wait was definitely worth it. The only care I provide it is water it once a week.

I will have to re-pot this cutting into a larger container, or plant it directly into the ground. I’ll have to decide soon. Hiding behind the large cutting is a smaller dragon tree, propagated from my mature tree’s seed!


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