Dracaena fragrans (L.) Ker Gawl.
Synonym                    : Aletris fragrans L.
Family                        : Asparagaceae
Local Names              : Corn plant, Chinese Money Tree, Cornstalk Dracaena
Flowering and fruiting period: Not specified 

Distribution: Native to Africa
Habitat: Grown as ornamental plant
IUCN status: Data Deficient
Endemic: No
Uses: Indoor plant, ornamental, hedge plant 
Key Characters: Dracaena fragrans is a slow growing shrub. Young plants have a single unbranched stem with a rosette of leaves. The leaves are glossy green, lanceolate; small leaves are erect to spreading, and larger leaves usually drooping under their weight. The flowers are produced in panicles, the individual flowers have a six-lobed corolla, pink at first, opening white with a fine red or purple central line; they are highly fragrant. The fruit is an orange-red berry.