Hi, Please could you good people advise. I planted a 4 stem Cordyline australis 5 years ago on the death of my baby, this year due to the pace of life and bad weather the plant has taken a turn for the worse. 2 of the main stems have developed what I would call damp rot at the top of the stem where they flowered, to which was cut when they died off. On the 2 stems there are now no leaves at all, and I was wondering if I should cut the main stems down by a meter or so to try and encourage new growth. Just unsure and dont want to harm it anymore.
Any help would be greatfully . Mar
On plant Cordyline australis
- 2 Mar, 2010