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Cordyline Care

Tropical cordyline is a hardy plant if you grow it in the right climate. Its many varieties are colorful and cheery, and it’s an attractive low-maintenance evergreen shrub.

Ti will bring color to both your indoor or outdoor garden, and it’s very easy to maintain.

Growing the Cordyline Plant Indoors

Some species in this group have fragrant flowers followed by berries.
The plant will produce white to pale lavender flowers that are cup-shaped and sweet-smelling.
They bloom in early summer and then small berries will appear after the flowers.
It’s more typical for flowering to occur in outdoor varieties, but flowers can appear on houseplants.
They are, however, prone to some problems and pests; the most common are
scale insects, spider mites, and mealybugs.
Also, bacterial and fungal spots, bacterial soft rot, and root rot can also occur on these plants.

Cordyline needs bright light, but avoid direct sunlight in unhabituated plants.

It is important to keep the soil continuously moist.
Reduce watering during the winter and water your plant whenever the soil surface starts to feel dry.

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

Please Note

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Please take out the plant from the box immediately after receiving and water it as required.

Water the soil, not the leaves and flowers.

Keep it away from direct sunlight.
Avoid placing plants in trouble spots, such as near heat or air conditioning ducts.

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