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Kiwi Hawaiian Ti Plant (Cordyline)

Kiwi Hawaiian Ti Plant (Cordyline)

Regular price $28.50 USD
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Most Popular. Bright lemon-lime striation with flamingo pink edges. Kiwi is an easy to grow fairly cold hardy tropical that grows exceptionally well in containers. Spectacular when planted in multiples. Hawaiian Ti plants are the perfect plant choice to add lush tropical colors to any indoor or outdoor environment. Thriving on neglect, Cordyline are tolerant of both over and under watering. The fun thing about these colorful plants is that they are so easy to root and share. Simply trim a top cutting with six inches or more of stem, remove the old leaves and put it in a flower vase near a window. While enjoying the indoor tropical colors, your new cutting should form roots in just a few weeks and will be ready to pot in a months time.
The growth rate of Kiwi will vary greatly depending on soil type, sunlight, temperature and other factors. A few leaves are often trimmed prior to shipping to reduce transpiration and travel stress.

Hawaiian Ti are colorful, easy to grow plants that are indoor hardy and require very little attention. Hawaiian Ti are excellent houseplants that withstand more neglect than almost any other plant. In the landscape Hawaiian Ti grow happily in a pot or when planted directly in the ground. They add a colorful accent to any outdoor space, garden or patio. In cooler zones a containerized Hawaiian Ti can be relocated indoors for the winter months.

Light: Best outdoors if grown in zone 9b-11. This Hawaiian Ti requires 80-90% sunlight. Depending on your location partial sun is often best. In the northern end of their grow zone Kiwi Hawaiian Ti should be brought indoors or protected during the winter months. The patio zone is 4b-11 which means the potted plant will flourish over the summer months in colder zones but must be brought inside before winter.

Please note: Cordyline plants change color a lot depending on age, soil, light, temperature and other factors, don't be surprised that one day it explodes with colors and 30 days later it is a solid color and so on... It's a fun plant to grow!

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