Dracaena draco (L.) L.

Species in the Global Pollen Project's Master Reference Collection

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Dracaena draco (rights holder: Luis Mata)© Luis Mata (licence)

Canary Island Dragon Tree

The dragon tree is extremely slow-growing, taking 8 - 11 years to reach just 2 – 3 feet, when it begins to flower. Flowering occurs almost simultaneously on the Canary Islands, taking place only every 15 years (6). The flowering causes the stem to branch, resulting in a highly branched tree which can be aged according to the number of branches. The oldest individual is thought to be more than 650... © Wildscreen (licence)

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