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Cordyline fruticosa ‘Red Sister’, Ti Plant, Cordyline terminalis

(6 customer reviews)
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Natural Root Stimulant

Natural probiotics, organics, and moisture control gel boost root growth. Invigorates existing plants, reduces transplant shock and accelerates establishment of new plants. This all natural product will not burn roots.

When Transplanting: Apply between new soil and plant so stimulant touches root ball.

For Existing Plants: Apply stimulant 2-3 inches below top of soil.

Use the proper amount for each pot size:
6″ Pot: ½ Pack
8-10″ Pot: 1 Pack
12-14″ pot: 2 Packs

Organic Indoor Soil Mix

Watch your indoor plants flourish with PlantVine’s Organic Indoor Soil. This is our best all-purpose mix for the demanding requirements of indoor potted plants. The perfect combination of quality ingredients provides the ideal amount of water retention, drainage and aeration for a wide variety of interior plants. This is an all natural product containing no artificial fertilizers or chemicals. Each bag contains 128 oz of soil.

Repotting:
6” pot into an 8-10” planter: About 1.5 bags
8-10” pot into a 12-14” planter: About 3 bags

Organic Outdoor Potting Mix

PlantVine’s Organic Outdoor Potting Soil is time-tested and proven to help your outdoor potted plants thrive. This is our best all-purpose mix, and a smart choice for a wide variety of outdoor plants, flowers and vegetables. The all natural ingredients are specially blended to provide excellent long term drainage, high air porosity and good water holding capability. This mix contains no artificial fertilizers or chemicals. Each bag contains 128 oz of soil.

Repotting:
6” pot into an 8-10” planter: About 1.5 bags
8-10” pot into a 12-14” planter: About 3 bags

Terracotta 12″ Planter

Each pot is handcrafted Italian Terracotta and is unglazed for a distinct finish, giving off a modern-rustic appeal that can transform your space in minutes.

  • Includes drainage hole
  • Pot is perfect for our large plants
  • Every pot is unique and may have imperfections
  • Size: 12″ wide X 10″ tall
  • Includes terracotta saucer

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Description

Other Common Names

Dracaena terminalis

Vivid Color Suits Your Garden to a Ti

With its brilliant fuchsia and bronze magenta leaves, the Red Sister Ti Plant is a vibrant accent indoors or out. Native to the tropics of Southeast Asia, Northeast Australia, Polynesia and New Guinea, Cordyline Fructosia is actually an evergreen. Visitors to the Hawaiian Islands will probably spot this plant in front of most homes, as it is believed to bring good luck. Hawaiians also use the blade-shaped leaves in spiritual ceremonies, hula skirts and even as surfboard covers.

The Red Sister thrives in warm temperatures and humidity. Indoors, make sure to keep the plant in a bright room, but out of direct sunlight so leaves won’t scorch. Pot in well-draining soil and use a liquid fertilizer during its growing season (April to September). The Red Sister shows off its most vivid colors in cooler weather. During summer months, the leaves will turn a bit darker.

Additional information

Zone

10a, 10b, 11a, 11b, 12a, 12b

Sun Exposure

Full Shade

Mature Height

3 ft – 4 ft

Spacing

3 ft – 4 ft

6 reviews for Cordyline fruticosa ‘Red Sister’, Ti Plant, Cordyline terminalis

  1. Edward Gribben (verified owner)

    Very nice plant to go with my collection of Red Sisters, just transplanted a few days ago, doing well, prompt delivery.

  2. jeff gunn (verified owner)

  3. Dana (verified owner)

    Love my Ti plant. It’s a beautiful plant and couldn’t be happier with it!

  4. Patricia (verified owner)

    Just received 4 days ago. They are in great shape. Watered and keeping inside while for a week before I plant in thevground as suggested by Plantvine.

  5. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Plant looks healthy but not very red compared to pictures.

    • Haley (store manager)

      Hi! Red Sister Ti Plants typically become more red/pink during their growing season in the fall. 🙂

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Why others chose this plant.

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I love the colors

Love the red color

We fell in love with the Bright Pink color that we loved on a recent trip to Florida. We are using the plants on the patio at our house.

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Connie
1 year 5 months ago

How to prune. My plant is getting g top heavy.

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Dorothy
10 months 4 days ago

I wanted to put this on my front portico with other Ivy for hopefully another 2 months .. live in Central NJ .. then I know I need to bring them inside prob end by Oct before any frost .. I then can put them back outside next Spring ?

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Haley
10 months 1 day ago

Hi Dorothy! You definitely can. 🙂

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Amelia
8 months 16 days ago

Is this okay as a house plant?

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Hillary
8 months 14 days ago

Hi Amelia, Yes it can be used as a houseplant. It will do best best in high-light location. Water ti plant when the soil surface starts to dry—around the time the top inch or two of the potting mix dries to the touch is best. The plant is fairly drought tolerant, but the leaf tips may develop some browning if the plant stays too dry for too long. Thanks!

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Cheryl
7 months 20 days ago

How do u trim this plant from keeping from getting top heavy and to get more fullness? What are the high and low temps of this plant?

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Hillary
7 months 23 hours ago

Hi Cheryl, The Red sister prefer temperature that is between 65-45 degrees. Trim off colorful ti plant leaves to accent your indoor arrangements throughout the growing season. Snip off yellow, brown, damaged or diseased ti plant leaves or stems as they may occur year round. Prune any stalks that appear too tall, lanky or unattractive to you throughout the growing season. You can safely cut stems back to about 12 inches above the soil level to promote branching. New shoots will sprout from the cut as well as from lower areas of the stem. This also serves to control the ti plant’s size. Cut all but three of the older stems back to about 6 inches above the soil level to rejuvenate more mature plants if they begin to look tired or straggly. Trim the three remaining stalks back to 6 inches above soil level the following spring. Leave the others alone. This method ensures that the leaves growing on the pruned plant continue to produce food for it.