This plant seems to change it appearances. Mine is young, but does seem
to change. This is after one year.
This member of the Dracaenaceae family was
given this name
by Wessel Marais in
1986. It's found in Kenya,
Tanzania, Ethiopia and
Somalia, growing in well-drained soil with some water
and sun. The caudex will grow to 10 centimetres, the leafs to 240 centimetres. The flowers are white, and it can be reproduced by dividing
of the caudex and seeds.
IPNI says: Dracaenaceae and Haemodoraceae. MoBot says:
Liliaceae. Uni of Connecticut: Dracaenaceae. Desert-tropical.com