Dracaena floribunda (Bois de chandelle a grandes feuilles).

 Hairless tree not highly branched that can reach up to 6 m in height.  The trunk can reach up to 25 cm in diameter and with a bark that is mostly brownish in colour, while the inner mass is reddish brown.  The leaves are grouped at the tip of branches and are elliptical reaching 120 by 7 cm. Inflorescences are terminal and hanging and ranges from 1.5-1.8 m.  Flowers are solitary.  The perianth is green outside and greenish white on the inner side.  The stamens are white and 11-13 mm long.  Anthers are pale yellow and grey.  The style is 10-12 mm in length.  The fruit is more or less globular with a diameter of 8-10 mm and green in colour.