Scientific Name: Cordyline Fruticosa
Type of Plant: Tropical
Description: Cordyline family with brilliant fuchsia new growth and bronze-magenta leaves
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 one Ti plant. With its vibrant color it is becoming a VERY popular and a common staple plant in the Florida landscape as well.
Grows to 36-48” in height and loves full sun to partial shade. Once established it requires no additional watering and recommend fertilizing every 3 months. Jump on board and get this great punch of color in your landscape today!
Florida Native: No