pattern. Long bluish-green leaves fan out
from the top of regularly spaced branches
or a single stem. Small greenish white
flowers are followed by bright orange
berries. Exudes a red gum. 'Dragon's
Blood, when cut. Endangered in its native
Specimen tree. Ideal for creating a
tropical effect. Small specimens make
good indoor plants for bright, warm
positions. Can be grown in large tubs.
Grows best in loose, light, free-draining.
sandy soil in a warm location. Thrives
in hot humid conditions and is drought tolerant