Blue Dracaena, Cordyline indivisa, Seeds (Tropical Evergreen)
Cordyline indivisais very distinctive. The species can be distinguished from all other Cordyline species by its very broad blue-grey leaves and its smaller, tightly compacted inflorescence (cluster of flowers arranged on a stem) which is produced from beneath the foliage. It forms a stout tree up to 26 feettall, with a trunk from 1 to 2.5 feet in diameter.
The stem is usually unbranched or has very few branches. The leaves are 3 to 6 feet long and to 1 foot wide. The foliage, which droops with age, is blue-green and shaped like a broad sword with a broad and conspicuous midrib which is often tinged red, orange-red or golden. The flowers stem from a panicle that arises from the base of the growing points underneath the leaves.
Foliage: Blue-green and shaped like a broad sword. Flower: Small fragrant white flowers
Flower: Small fragrant white flowers in dense panicles to 5.5 feet long.
Other Names: Mountain Cabbage Tree, Blue or Broad-leaved Cabbage Tree, Giant Torbay Palm, Toi