Cordyline Stricta Flower
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Cordyline stricta flower. Cordyline stricta palm lily medium growing upright evergreen broadleaf shrub can reach a height of 10 20 feet. A shrub to 5 metres tall found in wet sclerophyll forest and rainforest usually on the coastal lowlands from near bilpin new south wales further north to queensland. Cordyline stricta known as the slender palm lily or narrow leaved palm lily not to be confused with c.
It is the only australian species of cordyline to have black berries so they are a useful diagnostic feature. All are great in pots or as an accent. See more ideas about tropical garden tropical landscaping tropical plants.
Cordyline fruticosa includes the soledad purple cultivar which has striking large green leaves. Fruticosa cultivar glauca and notes that it is a tough old style. And have tall clusters of fragrant white to pale lilac flowers in summer.
Cordyline stricta usually flowers in summer though it can reportedly flower earlier in the year. In hawaii it is known as ti plant. Electric pink grows 45 feet tall and wide.
Moderate to regular water. The younger leaves are tinted with purple and the flowers are light purple. Does best in shade and does well as a houseplant or in a container.
The flowers are followed by 10 15mm black berries. This plant is sometimes sold as cordyline stricta soledad purple but really appears to be a form of ti cordyline fruticosa or c. It is native to australia new zealand and some pacific islands.
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