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Cordyline terminalis (fruticosa) - Ti Leaf Plants


Cordyline terminalis (fruticosa) - Ti Leaf Plants (Cordyline terminalis (fruticosa) - Ti Leaf Plant)

Ti Leaf plants are commonly planted here as a landscape shrub. These are a burgundy, pink variety. Photo taken August 26, 2010.



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Pretty colours and shapes :o)

9 Sep, 2010

 

I have to agree with Tt

9 Sep, 2010

 

I love these ones Palmate..Wonderful

9 Sep, 2010

 

Terratoonie, Yorkshire:

Thanks! : > )

10 Sep, 2010

 

Palmate:

Ti leave plants are very easy to grow...however, the snails love to eat them in winter. : > )

10 Sep, 2010

 

i remember lusting after these last year....they look great...:-)

10 Sep, 2010

 

Sandra:

These are easy plants to grow. You should try some.

I have 3 in my yard also...however, mine are only about 3 feet / 1 meter tall.

11 Sep, 2010



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