Okay, so I’m just going to show you what happens here when you’ve got secondary stage of a dragon tree’s lifespan.
Okay, so on this particular dragon tree you can see the flower pods that we’ve actually cut off here. You can see the branches starting to come through, one and two. And on this particular branch it’s done the same thing. We’ve cut the flower pellet off and as you can see, the new arms are starting to form.
Unfortunately, once the tree does start to flower, a rule of thumb that it will flower on basically every branch, or it will probably flower within one or two years of each other.
So the downside, the tree does look a little bit bare, as you can see, but it will only be bare for one season because those branches will get up and go, and it will fill those crowns quite quickly.