Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom
Im not really a gardening person, but loved this plant I had in my garden when I move into my own place. It was well established and looked healthy until, my dad suggested I cut the dead flowers out with a knife, I'm not sure if i should have done this, but ever since I did its not looked well and the leaves have started to droop.
Attached are photo's of before and after they are about 18 months apart time wise - but as you can proberly see it does not look like the same plant.
To be honest I'm not even sure what it is called, is it a Cordyline Australis? so not sure how to care for it (told you I was not really a gardener!!) Should it be watered regulary or is it best to leave it without?
i really want to get it back to good health , any suggestions on how I can too this, or is it too late? :-(
- 12 Jun, 2010