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With its beautifully lush, colorful leaves, and upright stature, Cordyline fruticosa has the goods for attracting and holding the gaze of onlookers, especially for those who have never seen it before. Not that an eyeful of these bad boys ever gets old, of course.
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Whether you’re new to growing a tropical landscape or a seasoned pro, caring for Hawaiian ti plants outdoors definitely requires some specialized knowledge. But once you’ve got it down, they’re quite easy to maintain.
This guide has all the information that an outdoor ti plant parent needs to hit the ground running, so to speak.
From starting them off to keeping them healthy, you’ll have all the necessary details to start growing ti plants in your garden. And believe me: you’ll want to.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
Let’s begin, shall we?
Ti Plants 101
A member of the tropical Cordyline genus alongside 23 other woody-stemmed and broadleaf evergreens, C. fruticosa is hardy in Zones 10 to 12, and originates from maritime Southeast Asia, north Australia, and west Oceania.
Introducing the species elsewhere has caused it to naturalize into the rest of Oceania, as well as into Central and South America.
Typically reaching a height of 10 feet and a spread of five feet when grown outdoors, C. fruticosa features thin, lanceolate leaves, each with a length of one to two feet and a width of about four inches.
Set on two- to six-inch-long petioles, the leaves typically start out purple to red, may
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