Dracaena Draco Farm

Bringing back ancient life

Flower spike


Draco is a slow grower and takes 10 years to reach about 1.5m with masses of blue-green leaves.


As the old leaves die the stem gradually unveils with a scaly pattern.


At about 15 years of age the stem stops growing and produces a flower spike with white, lily- like perfumed flowers, followed by coral berries


Soon a crown of buds appears and draco starts branching.


Each branch makes its own flowers and re-branches, so a mature plant gets its stunning, umbrella-like habit.

Mature berries


Open flowers