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Genus: Cordyline

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The most commonly grown species out of the 15 in this genus is Cordyline australis which is also known as New Zealand cabbage palm. Although this tree can grow up to 10 meters or 30ft, it is often never seen this size.

The corky bark of many cordylines has a sugar content comparable to Sugar Beet - the leaves and roots can also put to use in a variety of different ways.

The foliage of most varieties is attractive with streaks of pink, purple or cream against a range of greens.



Cordyline to buy

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We have 128 photos of Cordyline plants in real gardens

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You can also discover who's growing Cordyline.

  • Cordylines take a battering again! (Cordyline australis (New Zealand cabbage palm))
    By Janey
  • New growth on the Cordyline...:o) (Cordyline australis (New Zealand cabbage palm))
    By Janey
  • For Delonix:  Cordyline cannifolia - Palm lily flowers (Cordyline cannifolia)
    By bernieh
  • White Berries of the Cordyline (Cordyline australis (New Zealand cabbage palm))
    By Janey

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Care tips & Questions

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Cutting Offshoots

1 reply

littlemia

6 Sep, 2009
Littlemia

Palms look like they are dying

3 replies

koc1964

26 May, 2009
Koc1964

frosted cordyline

1 reply

chestnutpj

1 Apr, 2009
Chestnutpj

moving cordyline

2 replies

tia0308

12 Oct, 2008
Tia0308

caring for cordyline palm

3 replies

taxianne

30 Sep, 2008
Taxianne

cordyline - how to split?

1 reply

dawn66

16 Sep, 2008
Dawn66

cordyline australis hardy?

2 replies

niknak

29 Jul, 2008
Niknak

cordyline - dry rot?

3 replies

Nigel

20 Jul, 2008
Nigel

Should I cut off cordyline flower?

4 replies

Lexie

10 Jul, 2008
Lexie


Species of Cordyline