Cordyline - Plant
Description for Cordyline
Generally, Cordyline fructicosa plants exhibit upright growth in shrub form with their unbranched trunk. But sometimes they grow in clumps by suckering from the enlarged tuber-like rhizomes.
|Common name||Flower colours||Bloom time||Height||Difficulty|
|lectric Pink Dracaena ... Pink Dracaena, Pink Cordyline, Dracaena Palm, Cordyline Plant, Giant Dracaena||-||Seasonal bloomer||9.00 to 15.00 feet||easy to grow|
Planting and care
cordyline is good grown in US zones 10 â€“ 12. This plant does not like 55 degrees and below in temperatures. This plant likes partial shade to almost full sun. When in full-sun the plant should be watered more often. If this plant is being gown indoors, put it in a bright spot but no sunlight that is direct.
|Part shade to full shade||well-drained soil||Medium||55 degrees||Apply for organic fertilizer|
Caring for Cordyline
- If this plant is being gown indoors, put it in a bright spot but no sunlight that is direct. Allow the soil to dry out in between watering. Keep air humid (especially indoors) though so mist every so often.
Typical uses of Cordyline
Special features: special featureis cordyline â€œFestival Burgundy.
Ornamental use: Houseplant for bright, humid areas.
Medicinal use: Cordyline fruticosa spent most of its history with humans as a food, a source of alcohol, or a medicine. Now its foliage is in demand Use Ti leaves to wrap foods to be grilled, steamed or baked.
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What garden lovers say ... ?
How many plants like this needed for a 500 SQFT living hall
For the price the plant is really tiny. ...not matched the expectations
Came with good package. Nice thick stem and with wet coco peat but nothing came out of the pack. Got a healthy plant