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gardenerdy.com/cordyline-plant

A cordyline plant is an ornamental plant that can enhance the visual appeal of the interiors as well as the exteriors of your house. It is native to Australia, New Zealand, and some Pacific islands. In Hawaii, it is known as ‘ti plant’. The most distinctive characteristic is its long sword-shaped leaves that emerge from one single head.

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Cordyline Plant Care Requirements: ... Indoors lightly fertilize with a liquid 20-20-20 fertilizer 1/2 strength. Outdoors, apply a balanced slow-release fertilizer in the spring. DO NOT over-water. Temperatures below 45° degrees Fahrenheit may cause damage to leaves. Relatively pest free.

nimvo.com/how-to-grow-and-care-for-your-cordyline-plant

Soil Additives– Compost, sand, and peat can be added to your soil to aid in drainage for your cordylines. You can use a 20-20-20 fertilizer especially indoors. A slow release granular food may be used instead every six months if you prefer. Water– Indoor cordyline plants (or anytime your outdoor plants are not getting rain) need about an ...

www.po.flowerscanadagrowers.com/our-products/1665/cordyline/species

While Cordyline are perennial in warmer zones, they are extremely popular in cool zones as annuals for adding vertical interest to summer plantings. These tropical foliage selections also do well as houseplants in bright to medium light.. ... Fertilizers are available in many forms: granulated, slow-release, liquid feeds, organic or synthetic ...

midvalleytrees.com/product/salsa-cordyline

Salsa Cordyline forms colorful rounded mounds of variegated red and pink sword shaped leaves. With maturity, it can form a small trunk giving it a palm like appearance. Cordyline is drought tolerant in coastal conditions but will grow more robustly with moderate water.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cordyline

Cordyline is a genus of about 15 species of woody monocotyledonous flowering plants in family Asparagaceae, subfamily Lomandroideae.The subfamily has previously been treated as a separate family Laxmanniaceae, or Lomandraceae. Other authors have placed the genus in the Agavaceae (now Agavoideae). Cordyline is native to the western Pacific Ocean region, from New Zealand, eastern Australia ...

www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/ti-plant/cordyline-plant-varieties.htm

What is a Cordyline Plant? Cordyline is a genus of plants native to Pacific islands and parts of Southeast Asia. There are around 15 species of this evergreen and woody perennial. While in the U.S. it will only be hardy through zone 9 outdoors, cordyline plant varieties are easy to grow as houseplants.

www.po.flowerscanadagrowers.com/our-products/3614/cordyline/species

Too much fertilizer can damage plants so it’s important to follow the package directions to determine how much, and how often, to feed plants. Slow-release fertilizers are an especially good, care-free choice for container plants. A single application can often provide plants with the proper level of nutrition all season long. Pruning ...

edis.ifas.ufl.edu/fp141

Cordyline terminalis Ti Plant 1. Edward F. Gilman 2. Introduction. The colorful ti plant is perfect for creating a tropical landscape effect, with its smooth, flexible leaves ranging in color from variegated light greens and pinks to very dark reds. Performing well in full sun or partial to deep shade, ti plant needs fertile, well-drained soil ...

www.nurseriesonline.com.au/gardening-articles/growing-cordylines

Fertilizing Cordylines. Cordylines are not a fussy plant. Any fertilizer formulated for non-flowering plants will work. Organic fertilizers offer a gentler approach, while Inorganic provide high amounts of nitrogen, potassium and potash. You should fertilize every 6 months. They are a plant that grows in most soils, preferring a well drained soil.