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Houseplant Identification

Posted by GR13 none (My Page) on
Sat, Mar 26, 11 at 22:44

Had this plant for about six years. Still have no idea what the actual name of the plant is, i thought it may have been a type of dracaena but havent found a match. It is somewhat like a tree in that it has a type of trunk from which the leaves die off and become part of the trunk as new ones sprout above, leading to the plant getting taller. This plant has two shoots, one being about thirty inches tall, the other about twenty. The leaves vary in size, the largest is about four inches long and almost an inch wide.
I am new here so please have patience if i am posting incorrectly or doing something wrong. Here is a link to two photos of the plant.

Here is a link that might be useful: Photo 1


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RE: Houseplant Identification

Dracaena sanderiana variegata.

Here is a link that might be useful: Photo at bottom


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