Crispy Dragon tree??
Here is my 7 foot tree.  I have no idea but I think it's a Dragon Tree ? Can someone clarify that?  I rescued this from a trash can of my neighbors down the way. Renters moved out.  So it's doing ok, but it's not good.  <br><br>I have it In a bright window with indirect light and it gets afternoon direct sun on it.  Leaves are crispy brown on ends and some middles have crispy on the edges.  Humidity issue?  What does this tree need ?  I have about  40 plants now I most are African violets.  I need to have these thriving.. I just can't keep getting more when I haven't mastered these.  I just feel bad when I see a stray.  I want people to say WOW, your plants are amazing.  HA.. don't we all. 
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    PlntNrd Dracaenas do not like direct sun on their leaves at all. They do very well in low light situations and can tolerate brighter indirect light, but they will have issues with too much light. Those areas look like they are leaf burn from too much direct sunburning the leaves. I would move it to a place where it will not get any direct sunlight at all.
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    Pei It’s definitely a type of draceana!