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By Alfie1

Norfolk, United Kingdom Gb

i have been told that you can cut down an australis that is 20 metres to within 6 metres and it will shoot again, can you confirm this please


On plant Cordyline australis


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Welcome!
Sometimes they will, and sometimes they won't, Alfie. Usually the larger and older they are, the less likely they are to resprout--and that's an incredible height for a Cordyline!

23 Jun, 2010

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