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      Good Luck Plant - Cordyline

      Good Luck Plant - Cordyline

      Good Luck Plant - Cordyline

      English name:
      Good Luck Plant - Hawaiian Ti Plant - Baby Doll Ti

       Latin name:
      Cordyline Fruticosa Mambo 

       About me:

      I am a wonderful colourful tropical foliage plant, with lovely glossy maroon tinged leaves that branch off a central stem.

      I am form in a manner similar to Dracaena (we are both members of the same family), with our lower leaves dying to encourage new growth as the plant develops.

       

       Origin: 
      Southeast Asia and the Western Pacific Ocean region.
       Water:

      Keep my soil moist at all times.

      Allow the top of the soil to dry out slightly before re-watering & reduce watering in winter.

      I will tolerate some degree of drought & don't allow the bottom of the plant to stand in water.

      If possible use rain or filtered water to avoid the tips of the leaves turning brown.


      Temperature:
      Average to warm household temperatures from 18-27°C and always above 13°C. Avoid cold drought.

       Height/Growth:
      Ultimate height 100-150cm indoors, but don't you worry I don't grow to fast.  

       

       Feed:

      Apply a weak solution of liquid fertiliser once or twice a month during the growing season.

      Do not use fertilisers containing fluoride.

       

       Light:

      Best in bright, indirect light.
      Direct sunlight should be limited to a few hours a day at most as it may scorch the leaves.
      Can tolerate some degree of shade for part of the day.

       Air Purifying:

      This plant filters airborne toxins such as such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene from the atmosphere and is part of our clean air plant collection.

       

       Toxicity:

       The sap is considered poisonous.

      Keep plants away from children and pets and take care when handling.

       

       Care tips:

       Wipe leaves with a damp cloth to remove accumulated dust.

      Remove any dead leaves.