Photo of apical or shrubby cordilina, Banks, red, straight and southern


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Do not confuse cordilina and dracaena. The main differences between dracaena and cordilina, see the link.

Briefly about leaving

The lighting is bright, but not in direct sunlight. The temperature in summer is maintained at 22-24 degrees, and in winter the temperature depends on the species: thermophilic at temperatures not lower than 18 degrees, and species from subtropical zones at temperatures of 6-10 degrees. In spring and summer, cordilina is watered abundantly, after the top layer of the soil mixture has dried, and in the fall, watering begins to gradually decrease. Air humidity is needed high, cordilins need to be sprayed with warm water. Cordilina is fertilized every week from March to August, and from the beginning of autumn - every month. The dormant period lasts from mid-autumn to the end of winter. Cordilina transplant is carried out only if necessary. Cordilina propagates by stem and apical cuttings, seeds.

Read more about caring for cordilina

Photos of popular species

Cordilina Banks and red, apical or shrub, undivided and straight, South.

In the photo: Cordyline australis / southern cordilina

In the photo: Cordyline banksii / Cordilina Banks

In the photo: Cordyline rubra / red cordilina

In the photo: Cordyline stricta / Cordilina straight

In the photo: Cordyline stricta / Cordilina straight

In the photo: Cordyline stricta / Cordilina straight

In the photo: Cordyline stricta / Cordilina straight

In the photo: Cordyline terminalis (fruticosa) / apical cordilina (shrub)

In the photo: Cordyline terminalis (fruticosa) / apical cordilina (shrub)

Literature

  1. Read the topic on Wikipedia
  2. Features and other plants of the family Asparagus
  3. List of all species on The Plant List
  4. More information on World Flora Online
  5. Indoor Plants Information

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