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The Cordyline Australis Red Star is a real eye-catcher because of its special red colour. The Cordyline Australis Red Star is a member of the Asparagus family and originates from New Zealand and Brazil. The Cordyline Red Star comes in many different varieties. There are relatives of the Cordyline Australis Red Star with green leaves and pink leaves, but there are also Cordylines with a completely different shape of the leaf. The Cordyline Australis Red Star is the odd one out in its family, as it is the only plant that is hardy. The rest of its family members are only meant to be used as houseplants.
Care and tips Cordyline Australis Red Star - 120cm
This tropical plant is really easy to care for despite the fact that it comes from a tropical climate. The fact that the Cordyline Australis Red Star is also hardy makes it an ideal outdoor plant that also creates a great atmosphere. However, it is advisable to give the Cordyline australis red star some protection in very wet periods, as an excess of water is not good for the plant's health.
Water requirements of Cordyline Australis Red Star - 120cm
It is important that the soil of the Cordyline Australis Red Star is always slightly moist, both in summer and winter. Make sure that the plant does not get too much moisture in rainy months because a surplus of water can easily lead to crown mould. Once your Cordyline Australis Red Star has crown mould, it is difficult to get rid of it. The best thing to do, therefore, is to move the plant after the summer to a place with a little more shelter so that it does not get all the rainwater. Watering is different for each Cordyline Australis Red Star and also depends on a number of factors. The size of the pot, the temperature and also the amount of light the plant receives are closely related to the amount of water. So at the beginning you should always check how much and how often you water your Cordyline Australis Red Star.
Light requirements of Cordyline Australis Red Star - 120cm
This plant likes the necessary sunlight. A place in the sun or half-shadow is perfect. Be careful with bright sunlight in the beginning, because this plant is raised under filtered light. If you put Cordyline australis red star in the sun all at once, it may start to burn. If you buy this plant in the summer, let it get used to the sunlight gradually. This plant also likes a sheltered spot, so don't put it in the full wind or in a draught.
Is the Cordyline Australis Red Star - 120cm a poisonous plant?
The Cordyline Australis Red Star is not poisonous to touch, but we advise against consuming the leaves or other parts of the plant or using them in food.
How will my Cordyline Australis Red Star - 120cm be delivered?
This sturdy plant is delivered in a cultivation pot. All our plants are shipped in special designed shipping boxes! Because of the unique interior, the plants stand firm in the box and cannot move. Plants don't mind being in a dark box for a day. This way we make sure that your green friend is delivered to your home in tip-top shape.