Holding deep-rooted cultural significance to the indigenous religions of the Pacific Islands, Cordyline Fruticosa has long been used in traditional medicine and local rituals.
Much like the Dracaena Marginata - Dragon Tree, the Hawaiian Ti Plant produces long, slender foliage emanating from a central stem. This plant's glossy maroon leaves injects a distinct colour into any space it inhabits.
Hawaiian Ti Plants prefer bright spaces but avoid exposing them to intense direct sunlight.
Water when the soil begins to feel dry, testing the soil with your finger to ensure it is dry most of the way through.
To promote new growth these plants will shed their lower leaves. Remove browning leaves towards the bottom of the stem to help your Cordyline Fruticosa with this process.
Keep away from children and pets as this plant can be toxic if ingested.
Your Hawaiian Ti Plant currently lives in a (12cm diameter) nursery pot.
They're 40cm in height (Pot base to leaf tip) and can reach a height of 120cm to 180cm.