Cordyline Plant Features
Big, bold, and beautiful! That's how we describe cordyline. This amazing Australian import develops brightly colored, strap-like leaves that look fantastic all summer long. Use cordyline by themselves in large pots or urns to flank an entry or mix them with flowering annuals to create an eye-catching focal point. Cordyline can grow 3 feet tall with red, pink, or bi-colored leaves. In the North, grow cordyline as an annual. Hardy from zones 9-11.
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Cordyline Growing Instructions
Cordyline prefers a sunny
Cordyline is not intended for human or animal consumption.
Outside: Part sun
Medium water needs
Super-easy to grow
Complement your Cordyline with these varieties:
Asparagus fern planted at the base of a potted Cordyline provides a lacy, green contrast that will tumble over the side of the container.
Plant Creeping Jenny at the base of potted Cordyline and let it scramble over the edge of the container. The chartreuse leaves of Creeping Jenny will contrast nicely with the Cordyline.
In a large tropical border Cordyline and Banana look great together.