- Flower nameDracaena sanderiana
- Scientific nameDracaena sanderiana
- Alias銀葉千年木, ドラセナ サンデリアーナ, Dracaena sanderiana, ミリオンバンブー, Lucky Bamboo, Million Bamboo
- Place of originCameroon
- Place of floweringOrnamental plants
- Flowering season
What is Dracaena sanderiana
Dracaena sanderiana or Million Bamboo (Scientific name: Dracaena sanderiana) is native to Cameroon and is a tropical evergreen shrub of the family Asparagales. What is sold under the product name with bamboo "Million Bamboo" or "Portable bamboo" is actually this silver leaves millennium tree. It is made by removing the leaves at the bottom of this tree and distorting the trunk. The part that took the leaves looks like a bamboo section. Leaves are green with no spots and those with macula, some with leaf margin on the leaf edge. The leaf stem becomes the subject of ornamental. Flowers rarely bloom (irregularly, once in five to ten years?), But even when it blooms, it is only a short time work at night, in that case giving out a strong fragrance. Flowers make bloom in a spiked inflorescence bundle of small white 6 valve flowers. As flowers bloom, nutrition does not spread to stem and leaves, so it is necessary to remove flowers immediately after flowers (cut under flowers) nutrients to stems.
Common name: Dracaena sanderiana, Scientific name: Dracaena sanderiana, also known as: Dracaena sandeliana, Lucky Bamboo, Million Bamboo, height: 50 - 200 cm, leaf shape: long lanceolate shape, leaf color: green, flower color: white, inflorescence: spike, application: foliage plants, lucky things.