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Cordyline Fruticosa Plant

Original price was: ₹600.00.Current price is: ₹299.00.

  • Light : Bright indirect sunlight
  • Maintenace: Low maintenance
  • Special feature : Air purifying
  • Watering : Water once a week
  • Where to grow : Bright indoors

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No, you do not need to be an expert plant parent to care for the cordyline red. The plant is good for virtually all indoor growth situations and is one of the most prized ornamental indoor plants due to its magnificent red leaves and hardiness. Its scarlet foliage adds colour to your house while providing a much-needed contrast to all of your other green youngsters.

Plant Care

Fertilizer/ feed for the plant: Feed the cordyline plant once a month with a conventional plant fertiliser or once or twice a year with a slow-releasing fertiliser.

Repotting :
Repot the plant once a year or when it outgrows its present pot. While repotting, refresh the potting soil and select a slightly larger pot.

Propogation :
The plant may be propagated by cutting stems. Take cuttings from the top of the plant, remove the lowermost leaves, and immerse in water until roots grow before planting in appropriate soil.

Typical issues


1. Why are my Cordyline’s leaves turning yellow?

The yellow leaves of the cordyline plant indicate that it has been overwatered. Water only when the soil is dry, and make sure the potting media drains effectively.

2. Why are my plant’s leaves becoming yellow and falling?

It is natural for some of the plant’s bottom leaves to yellow and shed as it ages. It merely indicates that the plant is developing and producing new leaf.

3. What kind of soil should I use to pot my Cordyline plant?

Cordyline plants want loose soil that drains well and has a high organic matter content.

Design and Decoration


Light Requirements: Bright to low indirect light is required for the cordyline.

Location : Because of its compact growth form, it is ideal for doors or covered patios. Place your cordyline compacta well indoors, where they will get bright to mild indirect light. The plant will be scorched if exposed to direct sunlight.

Tip for styling/decor : Make the Cordyline plant the main focus of your design. Place it in a contrasting pot on your centre or side table to bring out the colour of the leaves. They make great book ends for bookshelves when planted in ceramic or stone pots. Use it as an accent piece in front of mirrors or as part of a plant group to provide colour.

Frequently Asked Questions

What?s the best light to grow cordyline?

Cordyline do best in bright to medium indirect light. It does not like direct light as it scorches its leaves.

Is the plant poisonous?

The sap of the plant is poisonous and can cause toxicity when ingested. Keep it away from children and pets.

Why are the leaves slimy to touch?

Slimy leaves and black roots can be a sign of bacterial infection. There is nothing much than can be done to save it. Discard it before it saves to other plants.


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