originates from the Greek word drakaina, meaning female dragon.
44 mg/ kg) or Dracaena
arborea aqueous (500 mg/kg) and ethanol (100 mg/kg) extracts for three weeks.
draco is native to the Canaries and although the species is present in five of its seven islands, its numbers are reduced to a few hundred - resulting in its conservation status being listed as "vulnerable".
Offline two-dimensional RP/RPLC method to separate components in Dracaena
mannii Baker--physical, mechanical and related properties.
We would drive home, our trunk full of red and pink geraniums, bright marigolds, an array of petunias and begonias, purple and white lobelia, spiky dracaena
and silvery-soft dusty miller to mix into planters.
Besides flowers, different types of plants were also place, included Schefflera, Kalanchoe, Euonymus, Leafy Indoors, Vines, Asparagus Palims, Ferns, Dracaena
, Ficus, Junipers, Flowering Shrubs Begonia, Geranium, Scented Leaf Geranium, Pelargonium and Gerbera.
There will be a selection of fine wines provided by Opici Wines and Dracaena
Winery as well as a sampling of craft beers by Climax Brewing Company.
Evergreen Direct's plants on panels |include Holland ivy, English ivy, Boston fern, dracaena
, zebra plants and grape ivy and start from PS76.
Mascarenhas said the common indoor species being brought to the camp include howea fosteriana or the Kentia Palm, dracaena
massangeana, phaleonopsis, anthurium and dracaena
The only other possibility is that if you've put the Dracaena
outside at any stage - perhaps during the warmer summer weather - and a bird could have dropped a seed into the compost.
Admittedly my lucky bamboo (a gift, naturally) didn't do anywhere near as well, but then I didn't know it was called Dracaena
Sanderiana (nor that it was not even a real bamboo) until I reached Page 119 of Book Two, and by then it was too late.