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CORDYLINE

Cordyline terminalis, Cordyline fruticosa, Cordyline australis


The genus Cordyline is made up of multiple species of shrubby perennial leaves ranging in color from variegated pale pinks and greens to purple or deep reds, depending on the species. All are grown for their attractive and colorful foliage and most are native to southeastern Asia, Australia and the Pacific Islands. These tropical plants generally have an upright, tree-like form with thin stems that are usually un-branched and woody. Their long leaves may be sword or lance-shaped and are clustered in rosettes at the ends of upright semi-woody stems. While more intense leaf colors are produced in full sun, Cordylines should not be placed in intense direct sunlight during the middle of the day. Sunny to partly shady, warm conditions are ideal. The soil should be very well drained, with an occasional application of water as Cordylines tend to be drought tolerant.

Available Sizes: 10", 14"
Available Varieties: Bolero, Dark Star, Florica, Kiwi, Red Sensation & Red Star

RED SENSATION

CORDYLINE RED STAR

RED STAR

CORDYLINE DARK STAR

DARK STAR

Cordyline Florica

FLORICA

CORDYLINE-BOLERO

BOLERO

CORDYLINE DARK STAR

DARK STAR

Cordyline Kiwi

KIWI

CORDYLINE BOLERO

BOLERO

Cordyline Florica

FLORICA

Cordyline Kiwi

KIWI

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