Our specimens are unique in the world.   Dracaena, Greek Drakaina = female dragon or serpent, referring to the red sap in the manner of "dragon's blood. " Draco, the Latin Dragon.  The classification is Reino, Plantae; División, Magnoliophyta; Clase, Liliopsida; Orden, Asparagales; Familia, Ruscaceae; Género, Dracaena; Especie, Dracaena draco  Has a slow growth, may take 10 years to grow 1 meter One size, smooth in youth, but becoming wrinkled with age  As the palm trees, the dragon is not a tree, having no woody stem, causing difficulties in the dating of the specimens  No growth rings present, its age is estimated by the number of rows of branches. The branches apears after the first flowering, approximately every 15 years. The tree is topped by a dense umbrella-shaped crown with thick leathery leaves of gray-green to glaucous Fleshy fruits, 1 to 1.5 cm, and they are round and orange Suitable for both indoors and outdoors Without doubt, one of the reasons why the dragon has risen to mythic status is the lymph, that is red, known as dragon's blood. Appreciated since ancient Rome The estimate is based on the floral periods elapse every 15 years and every time it happens that, a split occurred, so 5 x 15 = 75 years Cylindrical tree trunk, silvery-gray bark and cracked. . . . . . Ramification thick and fleshy. . . . . . . Leaves spirally arranged, gladden, leathery, pointed, glaucous. . . . . . Flared base and a reddish color. . . . . . . The flowers appear in terminal clusters and are white. Inflorescence Panicle Flowers hermaphrodite, actinomorphic, trimerous .