Cordyline: Red Sister Latin Name: Cordyline Fruticosa
The Basics 'Red Sister' develops pink, plum, maroon and deep burgundy foliage. Hawaiian ti (pronounced "tee") is a broadleaf evergreen shrub, resembling a short palm that is native to tropical Southeast Asia. Unbranched stems support strap-like leaves. More intense colors are produced in full sun, however this cultivar should not be in intense hot sunlight during the middle of the day. The ti plant is clump forming and sometimes suckering, though not invasive. In temperate regions, it is frequently grown as a houseplant.
The Needs Amount of Sunlight: Full Sun / Sun to Partial Shade Amount of Water: Water regularly Soil Conditions: Well drained soil Cold Hardiness Zone: 10-11