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Cordyline fruticosa

The Cordyline fruticosa plants are most beautiful eye-catching evergreen perennial plants with broad leaves. Plant foliage varies in different colors such as red, pink, yellow, white & other streaks.

cordyline fruticosa

Good Luck plant

These cordyline fruticosa plants are commonly called Hawaiian ti plant, good luck plant, ti plant, palm lily, cabbage palm, and miracle plant belonging to Asparagaceae. This plant is often believed to bring good luck to the home.

good luck plant

Hawaiian ti plant

This cordyline plant variety prized & beloved especially for its colorful, long-lasting foliage with attractive stripes. The name Hawaiian ti plant name due to the reason that this croton plant believed to bring positiveness, creation, and blessing during those times in Hawaiian culture.

Hawaiian ti plant

Ti- plant Varieties

This croton plant variety range from about 100+ plants. Among those the most popular varieties such as Cordyline congesta, cordyline rumba, cordyline kiwi, black magic, australis purpurea, Lemon-lime, miss andrea, red Ruby, celestial queen, & Hybrid ti.

ti plant varieties

Cordyline congesta

This croton plant variety has attractive dark-colored foliage with smooth, glossy broad leaves. It is fast growing plant with a woody stem.

ti plant congesta

Cordyline rumba

The most attractive ornamental plant grows like dracaena plants with wide long leaves. The foliage color seems to be dark green with pink shades at the margins. Mature plants up to 9-15 feet tall.

croton plant


This Hawaiian ti plant has a wide range of creamy yellow stripes which make the environment look eye-catching. This ti plant placement can be both indoors & outdoors.

hawaiian ti plant

Care & Maintenance 


This cordyline ti plant loves to grow in a wide range of fertile soil preferably acidic pH. Soil may be sandy loam, clay, or coco peat potting mix.



This good luck plant requires regular intervals of watering during the summer season. Minimize watering the cordyline plants during the winter season.

watering for ti plant


Sunlight requirement for this variety is direct sunlight of 4-5 hours with partial shade. Too much light may fade some variegated cordyline plants.



This croton variety propagated through the methods such as Tip cuttings, Stem cuttings & Air-layering.

Tip Cuttings

From mature plants take the tip cuttings. Take tip cuttings from 3-4 cm of the plant. And plant the cutting in potting mix or soil.

Stem Cuttings

Take 3-4’ cuttings from the matured plant just below the node of the plant and place the plant in the prepared potting mix.

stem cuttings


The placement of this plant in both indoor & outdoor environments.

plant placement


Transfer the plants to a new large-size pot one year after planting or to a suitable soil surface.

Repotting of ti plant


Application of any organic fertilizer or well-decomposed manure around the plants helps to grow this croton plant bushy clump & wide in appearance.

Neem oil

Dust Removal

Wipe the dust using wet clothes weekly once for the promotion of photosynthesis.

dust removal

Disease & Pest Control

These plant varieties do not contain major pests & diseases. The plant occasionally gets leaf spots, mealy bugs, spider mites, and scales are infected.

To control pests & diseases application of neem oil in diluted form through the foliar spray.

croton plant

neem oil application for ti plant


  • The placement of ti -plant croton plant is believed to bring good luck, peace and positivity to home.
  • Cordyline Ti plants are pests & diseases resistant plants.
  • The most beautiful feature of this plant is the colorful foliage & air-purifier.

hawaiian ti  croton plant

Mostly air purifier croton plants absorb pollutants into their leaves & other toxic substances absorbed into the root. And that toxins are converted into nutrients by the plants.

croton plant

Cordyline fruticosa-ti plant crotons

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