Dracaena draco, the Canary Islands dragon tree or drago, is a subtropical tree-like plant in the genus Dracaena, native to the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, Madeira, and locally in western Morocco, and introduced to the Azores. It is the natural symbol of the island of Tenerife, together with the Blue Chaffinch.
The dragon tree has beautiful green sword-like leaves with crimson edges. The eye-catching spiky tree is native to Madagascar, and it's recognized as a fantastic entrance plant for home gardeners since it's easy to care for, drought-tolerant, and almost indestructible. The slow-growing shrub may be grown all year and blooms in the spring with small white flowers. In warm outdoor conditions, this tiny tree may reach a height of 20 feet, although it is most commonly cultivated as a potted houseplant with a height of 6 feet or less.
Botanical Name : Dracaena draco
Common Name : Dragon Tree
Height : 20 ft
Spread : 5 ft
Germination Info : No pre-treatment
Hardiness zone : 8-11
Average seed per ounce : Approx. 75