This Ti possesses the widest, and roundest leaves of all. Leaf interiors stay green, while pink , coral and white appear paint-brushed along the edges. Grows slowly, for a long while staying low and "mounded."
Has long green leaves tapering to a point, colouring purplish-pink with white margins, and growing long and vertical. Medium fast grower. Over time can get 5 to 6 feet. At maturity will flower once yearly between October and March.
As a dwarf cordyline this small-leaf magenta Ti plant grows to no taller than two to three feet in height. Despite its purple colouring, it prefers part sun and cannot tolerate full-on strong Florida Summer sun.
This dwarf Ti looks good when it's left to grow tall at the back of the garden bed, or up front along the border. Prefers shading from the strongest sun of the day.
This most delicate looking of all Ti's is the only one whose new leaves are a creamy white. Leaf margins are also creamy white, gracefully edged a soft pink. A slow-growing, semi dwarf which is the least tolerant of direct Sun.
Grows fast, and grows tall. Sprouts long, slender bright burgundy leaves One of the few Cordylines that obligingly tolerates full on, all day Sun.
Shopping for any of these smaller plants is much less costly on site at the Vero Beach Nursery.
Named for the renowned Florida educator and plantsman, this Cordyline has the broadest of all Ti plant leaves. Despite its purple-pink colour, it prefers gentle morning or late afternoon sun.
Oval leaves; fuchsia pink edges the magenta leaf margins. A Ti plant that prefers gentle morning or late afternoon Sun. Sensitive to Winter's chilly North wind. Advisable to bring in or cover when temperatures dip into the 40's.
This dwarf, thin leaved Cordyline sprouts very thin green leaves edged in pink. Grows to between two and three feet high. Likes gentle morning or late afternoon sun.
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