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This is a discussion on Cordylines in bloom within the The Jungle forums, part of the Land Plants category; Blooming season for the Ti plants. They look wonderful down the old fence....
Blooming season for the Ti plants. They look wonderful down the old fence.
Very pretty, Cathy Cordylines in full bloom are a sihgt to behold.
You need the Cordyline australis (NZ Cabbage Tree-as far as i am aware, it isnt even endemic to Aussie, so dont ask me why it is called australis)-i will hunt down some seed!!
RANDOM FACT-Cordylines (australis in particular) are the biggest lilies in the world-and the flowers of C. australis smell divine!
Our Ti plant bloomed in the summer. It has the same blooms. Never knew the name. I always thought it was a 'Tee' plant too. haha...
Don't you love all the bright little blooms!
Bruce, I have a few other color varieties. You know how easy these are to root, right? If you are ever interested let me know. I wack them back often.
pretty, wish they grew up here. martha
They would probably grow in the house, Martha. All you need is a bright window.