dragontree Agavaceae Dracaena
draco (L.) L.
Leaf: Evergreen, stiff but flexible, numerous at the ends of the very stout branches, 2 feet long and 1 1/2 inches wide inches long, sharp pointed tip, gray-green.
Flower: Small and bell-shaped, creamy yellow-white, crowded on upright branched clusters to 2 feet tall, appearing early summer.
Fruit: Fleshy, orange, 1/2 inch in diameter.
Bark: Initially smooth and gray, becoming scaly.
Form: Heavily branched with a very stout trunk, commonly to 20 feet (reaching 60), often with a crown spread twice the height.