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www.flnurserymart.com/products/shade-plants/red-sister

Red Sister is a popular South Florida plant. While it can take both sun and shade, it also provides color and height into your garden. Used best when placed in the back of the landscape as it will get taller than most shrubs.

davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/58324

Daytona Beach, Florida. Lakeland, Florida. Melbourne, Florida. Oldsmar, Florida. Port Charlotte, Florida. Trenton, Florida. Venice, Florida. Ellijay, Georgia. ... Central Phoenix -- We have had success with green or light color variegated cordyline, but not with red or burgundy ones. Dark colored cordyline don't seem to like the intense Phoenix ...

plants.ces.ncsu.edu/plants/cordyline-fruticosa

Cordyline fruticosa NC State University and N.C. A&T State University work in tandem, along with federal, state and local governments, to form a strategic partnership called N.C. Cooperative Extension, which staffs local offices in all 100 counties and with the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians.

www.gardenia.net/plant/cordyline-fruticosa

Popular as a houseplant for its multicolored leaves, Cordyline fruticosa (Tiplant) is an evergreen shrub or small tree with lance-shaped leaves, up to 30 in. long (75 cm), that are bright pink to the deepest burgundy, green and cream. The leaves are spirally arranged into a fanlike shape at the stem tips. It produces panicles of scented, small flowers in summer, which are followed by red berries.

homegardeners.in/cordyline

Flowers: Red, pink and yellow. Plant Height: 10 feet tall. Temperature: 65 – 70 F. Sunlight: Full sun to partial shade. Fertilizers: N-P-K (10-10-10) Cordyline seed variety: Before growing cordyline plant in your home, start purchasing cordyline seeds from a nursery or store.

www.southernliving.com/plants/cordyline

Several cordyline hybrids (parentage not always certain) are extremely colorful plants. Most are shorter than Cordyline australis; are clump forming; and have tall clusters of fragrant, white-to-pale lilac flowers in summer. All are great in pots or as an accent. Full sun. Moderate to regular water. Electric Pink grows 45 feet tall and wide.

canterburyfarmsnursery.com/red-sister-ti-plant

Scientific Name: Cordyline Fruticosa Type of Plant: Tropical Description: Cordyline family with brilliant fuchsia new growth and bronze-magenta leaves Height: 36-48’ Width: Trunk can grow to 1”-12” diameter, leaves grow to 20-60” long About: They show off their best color during cooler weather. They’re considered a good luck plant in Hawaii where every property seems to have at least ...

www.wilsonbrosgardens.com/planting-cordyline-plants.html

In the ground, Cordyline grows best in a deep, well-drained but moist soil. Heavy clay soils should be amended at a 50/50 ratio with compost, sand, bagged top soil, and/or a good planting mix. In heavy clay it's best to plant Cordyline in a raised bed or mound.

www.thepalmtreecompany.com/cordylines

Shop Cordylines from The Palm Tree Company. Cordyline Australis, The Cabbage Tree Palm, Cordyline 'Red Star' and Dracaena 'Purple Tower'. Free UK Delivery.

www.gardeningknowhow.com/houseplants/ti-plant/growing-ti-plants-outdoors.htm

Native to Eastern Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands, Ti plants (Cordyline fruticosa and Cordyline terminalis) are hardy in U.S. hardiness zones 10-12. While they can handle a brief chill down to 30 F. (-1 C.), they grow best where temperatures stay in a steady range between 65 and 95 F. (18-35 C.).