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 ...
Cordylines are very easy to grow. They like rich soil with good drainage and fertilizer in the growing season. Some cordylines prefer partial shade, some color up better in full sun and some are comfortable with both. Gardeners in high humidity areas can grower a wider range of cordylines in full sun.
Ti plant (Cordyline terminalis) is an exotic plant that will provide a lush, tropical feel to the indoor environment. The colorful leaves, in shades of pink to red and variegated green and white, will add color and variety. Although the ti plant can be grown outdoors in warm, humid climates, it is usually grown as an ...
If soil in container is dry, water plants prior to planting. Dig a hole at least twice the diameter of the root ball and 1.5 times deeper. Mix fertilizer or compost into the soil and return a few inches of soil mixture to the planting hole. Remove the plant from the container and gently tease out the roots on the surface of the root ball.
Excessive fertilizers should not be provided to the plant. Fertilizer Dose. Fertilizing Dracaena encourages it to grow more and faster. At minimum, it’s best to fertilize diffenbachia once or twice a year (1 teaspoon of soluble NPK 20-20-20 analysis fertilizer and 1 gallon of water)., but you can do so more often if you wish.
The rainbow colors on this new Cordyline make it perfect for just about any color companions Strappy pointed arching leaves wrap a main stem 3-4 tall in hues of apricot peach yellow & green and give a multi-colored weeping effect. Stunning and exotic in a pot by itself or as a centerpiece in a mixed planting. This New Zealander prefers decent soil drainage sun to part shade and watering when d...
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.
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 ...
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.
Cordyline banksii Electric Pink ['Sprilecpink'] PP19,213 (Electric Pink Grass Tree) - An outrageously bright pink-colored plant with an upright habit of many narrow dark maroon leaves that are edged with bright pink - truly electric! This cultivar is a bit of a mystery - its growth habit appears similar in appearance to other brightly colored ...