Dracena indivisa is a single-stemmed plant with a height up to 8m bearing on top a tuft of narrow, lanceolate and yellowish-white flowers in the inflorescence, which appear in summer. They are drought and pollution resistant and can even grow in calcareous soils. Also, withstand the quality of poor water. They are used as ornamental trees in rock gardens as central plants or in compositions with other plants and in coastal areas.
We produced the dracaena indivisa - Cordyline australis, which is an evergreen palm with elongated, linear leaves and white flowers in large conical clusters from May to July. It grows in fully sunny, dry and fertile soil with neutral or alkaline pH. They are planted in pots or directly on the ground in warm climates. Also, dracaena indivisa is suitable for coastal planting and rock garden decoration. Their production is on a private property in the region of west central Greece, in the area Lesini Aitoloakarnania.