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Dracaena Indivisa







A stove evergreen shrub much valued for itsfoliage and as a table plant. It requires a light, loamy soil and plenty of light. Cuttings stuck in tan or peat and sand, and provided with strong heat, will strike. It flowers in June. Height, 3 ft.





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