Good Luck Plant 'Kiwi' | Cordyline fruticosa 'Kiwi'
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Good Luck Plant 'Kiwi' | Cordyline fruticosa 'Kiwi'

I am a tropical beauty, primarily grown from my foliage which features streaks of light and dark green, cream and hot pink.

Useful to know:


I am native to western Pacific areas - NZ, eastern Australia and Hawaii


I can grow to 1.5m in height and grow at an average speed


I like bright light so feel free to pop me in the sun (when there is some!)


I like my soil to be moist but not soggy. You can leave my soil to dry out during winter between waterings


I like it warm but live comfortably in rooms above 15 degrees C


During the summer months, I like to be fed weekly with a nitrogen-rich liquid fertiliser.


I like my leaves to be misted and if my leaves get dusty, put me under a cold shower! Feel free to trim my stems if I start growing to wildly.


If I start losing my leaves, try upping the humidity and temperature around me


My leaves are toxic but you'd have to eat a lot to get ill!


If we're lucky enough to get a good summer, I can produce fragrant pink flowers which are follwed by deep purple berries. You would also love to read about another beautiful plant with pink flower - Urn plant.

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