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Ti Plant
Scientific Name: Cordyline terminalis (L.) Kunth
Synonym:
Family: Agavaceae
Ti Plant (Cordyline  terminalis) Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 21-25, 27
USDA: 10

Frost Tolerance: Tender in Phoenix, cover on cold nights, resistant to 32F (0C)

Sun Exposure: Light shade to shade

Origin: Pacific

Growth Habits: Up to 6 feet (2.4 m); colored leaves, up to 2 feet long (60 cm), with unpleasant odor when bruised

Watering Needs: Abundant water, keep moist in summer, dryer in winter, likes a rich soil

Propagation: Cuttings or air layers in summer


Ti Plant (Cordyline  terminalis)

Blooming Habits:
Small light yellow-white to rose flowers, in clusters, in late spring (May).

Fruiting Habits:
Round berry


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