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By Kda

Middlesex, United Kingdom Gb

Is this a tree with a high water demand?
Is it detrimental to foundations?


On plant Cordyline australis


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laylandii it will depend how near to a building you plant it it is shollow rooted ,as it matures the roots will even be sean above ground , and if near enough will distroy paths and foundations,

21 Jan, 2010

 

Cliffo - Kda is asking about Cordyline australis.

21 Jan, 2010

 

yes I know ,never seen it until I posted , I am claming a senior moment

21 Jan, 2010

 

I would think not on both counts.

21 Jan, 2010

 

Lucky we've got a 'sensible' answer for Kda, Cliffo! ;-)

We all get senior moments.....LOL.

21 Jan, 2010

 

SORRYabout the first answer ,I thort you wanted a tree to get rid of water, we will start agine as they grow wild in eastern australia ,amoung other places out that way, it proberly dose not get a lot of water in the wild , and as quit big ones are grown in pots I shouldent worrie about the roots,

21 Jan, 2010

 

No on both counts, as Docbob says.

21 Jan, 2010

 

I do that Cliffo-- I miss the 'on plant' bit.....doh

21 Jan, 2010

 

what we are doing is checking to see if the others are awake lol

21 Jan, 2010

 

Ha ha, good excuse Cliffo!

21 Jan, 2010

How do I say thanks?

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