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This fabulous cordyline will bring a tropical feel to your garden wherever you position it - whether as a specimen plant in your beds or borders, or in a decorative pot as an eye-catching feature for your patio, terrace, or balcony to provide instant impact in even the most compact of spaces. Or plant into a modern container and place it by a doorway, gateway or at the end of a path for an exotic focal point. Attractive swirls of long, swordlike leaves fan out symmetrically from a central,
Cordylines make excellent house plants, providing stature and colour to any setting. Cordyline fruticosa 'Tango' forms an upright cane of broad, strap-like leaves that cloak its slender, woody stems. The variegated foliage of this variety is grey-green with broad cerise pink margins, making an attractive display all year round.
Cordyline AustralisA coastal garden favourite as a low maintenance showy shrub!This resilient evergreen is perfectly hardy in milder parts of the UK and is a particularly popular choice in coastal gardens for its tolerance to sea air, typically dry soils and exposed sites. Low maintenance and easy to grow, you can enjoy your round interest from this showy shrub with very little fuss at all. Height: 6m (20’). Spread: 4m (23’).
If you?re searching for a statement plant, then look no further! Cordyline 'Pink Passion' certainly won?t be lost in the crowd - it?s arching, grey-purple leaves are striped with bright fuchsia pink.
slow-growing, evergreen tree reaching heights of 3m or more. The lance-shaped, blue-green leaves with an orange-brown midrib. Small, white, star-shaped flowers in dense clusters in summer are followed by small purple fruits
Great for adding structure and shape to containers or the garden. With vibrant red, arching flat leaves giving colour and interest all year round. Plant with perennial flowering plants in the garden or bedding plants in containers for maximum contrast. Easy to grow.
Create an exciting and exotic display with this unique Cordyline. The 'Can Can' is different to most Cordylines, instead of making a tall stem, its leaves form into a clumping style that will certainly stan out from other cordylines. Formed from a contrasting mixture of variegated leaves that start in a pink tone that once aged turn into cream and green leaves that clump together. Perfect for adding a modern twist to any patio, terrace and even balcony displays, this stunning cordyline
Great for adding structure and shape to containers or the garden. With vibrant red, arching flat leaves giving colour and interest all year round. Plant with perennial flowering plants in the garden or bedding plants in containers for maximum contrast.
Cordyline Red Star Deep red leaves are retained throughout this popular palm-like tree. Mature trees produce dramatic white flowers spike that has a gorgeous scent. It makes an ideal specimen plant or for a focal point in a sunny border. In frost-prone areas its best to grow in a cool greenhouse or consveratory. Height: 3m (10). Spread: 2m (7).
Architectural tree with deep red leaves
With arching deep red sword leaves the Cordyline 'Red Star' is a splendid plant for the patio, contrasting beautifully with the more familiar greens of other plants and bringing a tropical feel to the garden. Plant in a pot and grow outside through the summer before moving to a protected space such as a greenhouse or conservatory for the winter. As plants mature they become more frost hardy so can be left outside in all but the coldest weather and will withstand all but severe frost. When
Cordyline Australis ‘Pink Passion’ - Cabbage palmCordylines are well known for their ability to withstand salty winds and challenging conditions found in coastal areas, this hardy shrub is virtually maintenance-free and would sit well in modern or traditional planting schemes. This cultivar unlike much other Cabbage palm’s has a short, clump-forming habit, creating lots of new steams from its base once the main stem reaches around 1m. It spreads to around 1m and also grows in height to 1m
An attractive choice for a gravel-style garden
Whether your gardening style is tropical, contemporary or low maintenance, Cordyline ?Superstar? will become a firm favourite! This new introduction boasts broad, glossy, strap-like foliage in a deep mahogany red colour ? perfect for bringing colour and structure to planting schemes.