Cordyline “Red Pepper”
4 to 6 feet
2 to 4 feet
Slow to moderate
Full sun to light shade
SOIL TOLERANCES: Prefers rich soil
DROUGHT TOLERANCES: Moderate
Commonly called the “Hawaiian Ti” plant, Cordylines are widely used in the Florida landscape and in containers. Easy to care for, many varieties, and low maintenance make them a good choice! Red Pepper is noted for its thinner leaves with pink and dark green hues.
Prefers rich soil, 50% compost or manure, and neutral pH. Water weekly in dry periods.