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Cordyline fruticosa

Cordyline “Red Pepper”

4 to 6 feet

2 to 4 feet

Slow to moderate

Full sun to light shade

SOIL TOLERANCES: Prefers rich soil


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.