this is my dragon stems in water. click on my tinypic link
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roots of tree
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Teen, roots look very healthy. Are you planning on keeping your DT in water or placing in soil? Toni
I plan to put it in soil when it roots grow longer.
dragon tree has been in my family for 300
Years. These are cuttings from my moms plant which she tooks from her moms plant and so on. When my children turn thirteen, they will inherit part of my plant and when my grandchildren turn thirdteen they will inherit a stem to root and so on. The dragon tree is seen as a sacred treasure in my family. The original plant died but its cuttings live on to today. To have thios plant in my plant in my family for so long is very impressive isn't it. I will treasure this plant forever