Red Sister Cordyline Terminalis, Dracaena Ti Plant (State Restrictions Apply)

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USDA Prohibits Shipping Live Plants to: AZ, CA, AK, or HI. If you reside in one of the states listed, your order will be cancelled. Decorative container (shown in photo) is sold separately. The Red Sister Ti is a tropical plant native to Southeast Asia. It has long thin leaves with vibrant stripes of pink, plum, maroon, and burgundy. The leave are supported staggered up tall stems. The Cordyline grows in clumps of these stems showing its colors off in the shape of a bush-like palm. Ti plants like a lot of sun to bring out its color, but does not do well in direct sunlight especially in the afternoon. They are not an invasive plant and can also be grown as a houseplant. Moist ground and high levels and humidity will help this plant thrive. Cordyline Red Sister Key Points Tropical plant Vibrant pink, plum, maroon, and burgundy leaves Clumped bush Partial sun Moist soil and humidity will help thrive GROWTH & CARE Growing Zone 10- 15 What's my zone USDA Hardiness Zone Finder Mature Height: 4-6 ft Mature Width: 3-5 ft Light Needs Full Sun, Partial Sun, Partial Shade Watering Needs Average Water Blooms Late Spring, Early Summer, Summer Botanical: Cordyline Fruticosa, Cordyline fruticosa Red Sister, Ti Plant, Cordyline terminalis, Dracaena terminalis Plant Directions: Sent with order

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  • I have a red sister but it gets evening sun and is looking really bad, what should I do for it?

    Hello, I would suggest that you move it to an area with more shade, this will help the Red Sister thrive. You could also consider a switch to an Aunti Lou if you prefer a plant that will take more sun.


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