|Madagascar Dragon Trees
| Dracaenaceae: Dracaena Marginata||
I repotted the remaing live plant and put a thick piece of broken off root in water.
Now it has many smaller rootlets, and I planted it in a tall styrofoam cup.
I also cut the parent plant back and put 3 pieces of stalk and the top leafy section in water.
I put the top leafy section in vermiculite in a perforated styrofoam cup.
December 31: 2 of the trees appear to have died but the surviving one looks healthy.
They still looked sickly, but I continued to give them minimal care.
I found a discarded pot with 3 of these trees in it.
They looked sick, but I brought them home and left them outside with minimal care all summer.
I brought it in for the winter.