10″ Red Cordylin
LIGHT: Prefer moderate to bright indirect sunlight. Keep near an east or west window for best results.
WATER: Prefer to be kept on the moist side. Allow the soil to slightly dry out between waterings for best results. Requires an average amount of humidity and will benefit from the occasional misting. If the tips of the leaves are drying out and turning brown, try using filtered water. If you do not have a filtration system available, leaving the water in an open container overnight before using can help relieve some of the chlorine
FACTS: . How does the colouring get into the Cordyline leaves? The green colouring is chlorophyll, but when that breaks down, the chemical that’s remaining is anthocyanin which produces the red leaves
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