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Cordyline Terminalis

Cordyline Terminalis (Cordyline terminalis (Dracaena))

I think this may be a cordyline and possibly related to the Ti plant.

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Definitely a Ti Plant. There's so many varieties of this plant.
Very beautiful specimen and no holes in the in San Diego
they usually have holes from snails.

24 Oct, 2008


Do you know how to get rid of snails? I have seen several of them in my yard. I've spotted them now around my freshly-planted heliconias. Are they harmful to plants in general or are they ok to have in the garden?

I had problems with giant locusts chewing on my plants not too long ago. But I think they have moved on thankfully.

24 Oct, 2008


I use snail bait. It will last for a couple of weeks or so. However, we have so many snails that it has to repeated many times throughout the year. The Winter is when we see the most snails...especially during or after rain.

You may want to talk to a local nursery about the types of snail species you have because I know there are some beneficial species also

24 Oct, 2008

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