Cordyline, 10in, Red Sister
Cordyline, 10in, Red Sister
Cordyline, 10in, Red Sister
Cordyline, 10in, Red Sister - Floral Acres Greenhouse & Garden Centre
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Cordyline, 10in, Red Sister

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Cordylines (also known as Ti plants) are a perfect choice for an easy to care for plant that will add a pop of colour to your space!  They are hardy, and rarely have pest issues.  Cordyline Red Sister displays long sword-shaped leaves that emerge a vibrant pink/red and then change to a very deep burgundy colour as they age.

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Attributes

Type: Tropical 
Height: 4ft-6ft
Spread: 2ft-3ft
Light: Bright Indirect
Water: Moderate
Zone: 9
Pet Safe:  Toxic to pets if ingested. May cause vomiting.

Care

General Maintenance: Repot to a slightly larger pot every 1-2 years, as needed.  Trim any browned leaves if neccessary.  Wipe leaves down with a damp cloth regularly to remove any dust or debris, which will ensure your plant is able to photosynthesize properly.  Can be propagated by separating the pups from the mother plant.

Temperature: Thrives in normal household temperatures, between 15ºC-26ºC.   Keep away from drafts and drastic temperature changes.

Light: Bright indirect light is ideal to maintain the bright coloured leaves of this plant.  It can tolerate slightly lower light conditions, but the growth rate will be slowed.  Direct sun may scorch the leaves and/or cause the tips to brown.

Watering: Soil should be kept consistently moist, but not soggy.  Allow the top 1-2" to dry out inbetween waterings.  Ensure your pot has adequate drainage to avoid excess water from sitting at the roots.

Soil: Any well-draining potting mix will work well.  Avoid heavy soil mixes.

Fertilizer: Feed with a balanced houseplant fertilizer once a month during the spring and summer.