• AKA:
    Good Luck Plant
    +13 other varieties

    Light: Bright indirect light is best. If left too long in direct sunlight, foliage color will fade.

    Watering: It is important to keep the soil continuously moist. Reduce watering during the winter and water your plant whenever the soil surface starts to feel dry.

    Humidity: Most varieties love high humidity

    Temp: Most varieties thrive in temps above 62 degrees

    Soil: Cordyline can grow in various types of soil, including clay, sand, and loamy soil. Must be well-draining and relatively fertile.

    Fertilizer: Container-grown plants should be fed with liquid fertilizer on a monthly basis during the growing season, which usually begins in late spring and ends in late summer.

    Toxicity: The plant contains saponins, which are toxic to both cats and dogs, according to the ASPCA.

    Information may vary depending on plant variation