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Earl K
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Identification please

can anyone tell me what type plant or tree this is :?: I have it in a 12-15 gallon pot and was given to us years ago.Two of the tops were broken off by frizbees(don't ask :) )Well i would like to give it what it really needs.Any info would be great.
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Florida porchgrown veggies
USDA zone 9

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Kisal
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It looks like a Dracaena to me. [img]https://bestsmileys.com/clueless/4.gif[/img]

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vintagejuls
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It was difficult to tell at first but I clicked on the photo to enlarge it and yes, it definitely is a dracaena.

Dracaena Marginata to be exact. There are different varieties so I looked it up to satisfy my own curiosity. :wink:
~ Julie

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Earl K
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Thank you both for your expertise :)
Florida porchgrown veggies
USDA zone 9

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