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Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by Terry Phillips, Mar 10, 2016.
Seedlings (images removed by original poster)
Oh very nice
Quite rare too will be transplanting soon and putting in the greenhouse
That's not Dracaena draco - the internodal stem growth between the leaves is much too much. Dracaena draco basically has a stemless rosette for the first 3 years or so; here's some 2-year old seedlings, seed from Tenerife.
I do believe they are I started them in winter very stringy but have in greenhouse now are starting to beef up now doing much better
Looking much better now!
Still have a way to go but still lots of greenhouse time my problem was not only was it winter but got overwhelmed must of had 50 + germinate & was working on about a dozen others did not give them the attention they needed
Update starting to get a bit cold in greenhouse in morning will be bringing in soon
Have to start bringing in the house soon nights are getting a little cold