is this potted plant in a private society garden at Pune
? Dracaena marginata
Kindly validate

yes this is Dracaena marginata tricolor




Ornamental for id – 300912 ANB-0006 – Mumbai:  I’d love to know the name of this ornamental, it is around 5 feet tall. The arrangement of the leaves is quite splendid, I wonder if there is a term used to describe this kind of leaf arrangement. The stem is slim and slender. I didn’t see any flowers.

Dracena marginata ‘Bicolor’.

your question was about the leaf crown I take it and its arrangement of the leaves? you wanted to know the terms describing it?
the leaves along the stem grow in a spiral arrangement as you look at it from the side, along the up and down length of the stem.. and looking at the crown from top down the arrangement is called whorl … reminds me of a closely arranged/spaced spokes of an umbrella… though botanist do not call it thus…
I hope this leads you into exploring the terms on google and answers your questions….



Sagar Upvan: 1 correct image as above.

Found some plants today in the same Euphorbia’s garden which I could not id……I have posted those picture on eflora to id and which I could ID from my book Tropical Garden Plants, I have attached with this mail.
Dracaena marginata tricolor_1.JPG



Ornamental For ID : Bhimtal,Uttarakhand : 200513 : AK-2 : Attachments (2).  3 posts by 2 authors.

An ornamental plant seen at a resort in Bhimtal on 23/3/13.

Cultivated plant.
Dracaena species?

Dracaena marginata 

Thanks for the id.



Ornamental For ID : Lalbagh,Bangalore : 311213 : AK-43 : Attachments (2). 3 posts by 2 authors.  
Pictures taken on 21st Nov,13 inside the garden.

Cultivated, ornamental plants.

Dracaena marginata



Palm tree for ID. Photographed at Darjeeling (Apr 09)

I think Dracaena sp., not a palm.

Dracaena some‎ species in eFIoraofindia (with details/ keys from regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available)

I think this is Dracaena marginata



Mumbai, MH :: Cutivated plant for ID :: ARK2019-110 : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
This plant was seen in a cultivated garden in January 2015.
Requested to please ID, looks to be a Dracaena.

Check once with D.mariginata …,

yes when older, it branches like crazy

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