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By Suenjon

Norfolk, United Kingdom Gb

I have I think an Corydline Australis, which I've had as a small plant. This is in a sheltered postition next to our bungalow. I've had this plant nearly 10yrs. It is now up to the roof in height and has for the first time signs of flowers to come. Is this usual?



No, these will flower if they are in a sheltered postion. You are lucky to still have a live one as most questions on this plant are 'has it died?'

5 May, 2010


Mine has always flowered, its about 20+ ft tall - has something like 6 or 7 flower spikes now.

5 May, 2010


thank for answering my question about cordylines

5 May, 2010


i have noticed that all the cordylines that are of an age round here and i mean 10 years plus and also wernt baught big have servived infact thrived so they must of aclymatised .

5 May, 2010

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