Dragon Trees

Steve Hinkson sphinkson at worldnet.att.net
Sun Aug 1 04:59:59 EST 1999


There are dozens of species and horticultural cultivars of the genus
Dracaena.  All may be rooted by cutting, but the broad leaved types such
as fragrans (corn plant) require high humidity while rooting.  The
increased humidity for a few cuttings may be maintained by a clear
plastic cover, or inverted fish tank.  Large scale production requires a
mist system.
To help further, it would help to know which Dragon tree you're trying
to propagate.


egamauf wrote:

> Any information on Dragon Trees?
> I.e.,
> taking cuttings to start new growth, pruning, etc.
>
> -- E. G.



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