Dracaena draco. DRAGON TREE. Canary Islands
About 3-feet high in Arizona Garden. Mature tree transplants from the
Stanford residence to university grounds 1889-1891 had died by the late 1930s.
One of the last know specimens was in the outer NE circle of the Inner Quad; see
entry and photo in Albert Wilson (1938) Distintive Trees, Shrubs, and Vines
in the Gardens of the San Francisco Peninsula.
Dracaenaceae (formerly placed in Agavaceae), including Nolina and Cordyline
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Name derivation, genus | speciesRelated material: Dracaena entry of Species Lost list