Also known as ti plants and often mislabeled as dracaena, cordyline plants belong to their own genus. They make excellent houseplants, and with a little information about cordyline care, you can easily grow them by a sunny, warm window. Learn more in this article.
By Becca Badgett, Co-author of How to Grow an EMERGENCY Garden
Looking for something interesting to grow in the garden or home? Consider adding Red Star dracaena to your list. The dark red, almost burgundy, sword-like leaves are sure to be just what the doctor ordered. Click the following article to learn more.
The eye-catching, evergreen foliage of Ti plants can be an excellent accent in the outdoor landscape. With such a tropical looking plant, many people skeptically question, ?can you grow Ti plants outside?? Click here to learn about growing Ti plants in the landscape.