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Cordyline Australis Red Star 7 Litre. 80-100cm

Cordyline Australis Red Star 7 Litre. 80-100cm

£32.95
Cordyline Australis Red Star - Established Plants in a 7 litre pot.
Cordyline Australis Red Star - Established Plants in a 7 litre pot. Cordyline Australis Red Star - Established Plants in a 7 litre pot. Cordyline Australis Red Star - Established Plants in a 7 litre pot. Cordyline Australis Red Star - Established Plants in a 7litre pot.
8 In stock
Quick Overview

Cordyline Red Star - A super decorative plant for a large container or ground planting its adds a tropical touch to the patio, or to grow in a hot, sunny border in milder parts of the country. Cordyline can grow into a large decorative plant, in optimum planting position can in some circumstances reach upto 6 metres tall with a 1.5 metre spread, this would only be acheived in exceptionally good circumstances, a more realistic height is 3 to 4 metres.

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
81cm - 100cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
7 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
3/4m
Toleration
Toleration
-5
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
Red
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Quick
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
Yes
8 In stock
Qty

Cordyline Australis Red Star 10 Litre 80-100cm: This ever popular, palm-like tree has arching, sword-like, deep red leaves, colour is retained year round. Mature trees, especially in milder areas can produce dramatic white flower spikes that smell delightful. Red Star is an ideal focal point for a sunny, protected border, patio or tropical Mediterranean themed garden. Whilst classed as winter hardy we recommend winter protection in colder areas or plants in pots can be placed inside during the harshest months. 

What to expect: Large very well established plants potted in 7 litre/26cm pots arriving with a minimum actual height excluding the pot of 80cm, and will look exactly like the pictures. 

Water the plant in its pot thoroughly before planting.  Prepare the planting area by digging a hole twice the size of the pot. Dig compost into the base of the hole try adding some slow release fertiliser. Remove the pot and position the plant in the hole, with the top of the rootball about level with the surrounding soil. Refill the planting hole with a mixture of garden soil and compost, firming as you go. Water in well and make sure of a good water supply throught the growing season.