Plant ID forum: Newbie: Identify Plant with Sentimental Value for Cloning

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Philadelphia, PA
Nov 4, 2017 10:42 AM CST
I am very much a plant novice. I was given this plant in 2008 from a family member and it is the one thing I have been able to keep alive for such a long time. I realize it may not be the healthiest looking plant, but I'd like to know how to "make more of them" to give to other people.

Thank you kindly,


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Name: Tiffany purpleinopp
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Nov 4, 2017 11:47 AM CST
HI & welcome! Your plant is some kind of Dracaena:
or Cordyline:

Knowing which is not necessary to know that making more is literally as easy as cutting a stem off and sticking it in a pot. Here's an example of one with a different style of leaf that was cut off of its' mama plant around 5-6 months before this pic was taken last week:
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