Bring the tropics indoors! Native to New Guinea and Southeast Asia, the Red Star Cordyline is also known as Cordyline Terminalis, Hawaiian Ti, and Ti Plant among many other names. This showstopper offers a blend of bright flamingo pink, burgundy and rich green leaf striations. Although hard to find and accustomed to tropical climates, the Red Star adjusts well indoors. In warm and humid environments, it will produce scented pink-flushed flowers followed by deep purple berries. Versatile and attractive, the Red Star is a natural air purifier as well. This gorgeous colorful plant is a perfect summer choice and will add lush tropical vibes to any indoor or outdoor spaces.
Thrives in med-bright indirect light. Not suited for low light areas or direct sun unless coming from the morning hours.
Water every 1-2 weeks allowing soil to dry out halfway between waterings. Expect to water more often in brighter light conditions. Thrives best in higher humidity conditions, but can tolerate normal room humidity.
Sick Plant Signs
Yellow leaves or black stems: Overwatered
Leaf drop, stunted growth: Not getting enough light
Curled leaves, browning edges: Thirsty plant, underwatered