The Vibrant Ti Plant That's a Stroke of Good Luck

Say hello to the Cordyline fruticosa, a plant that's as fun to grow as it is to say. Known by many names like the 'Good-luck-plant', 'Ti plant', and 'Tree-of-kings', this vibrant beauty is sure to add a splash of color to your indoor garden.

Cordyline fruticosa

Full Sun

Specific light requirements are not available.

Moderate Water Needs

Needs regular watering (multiple times a week), but can manage occasional variations.

Prefers Loamy or Sandy Soils

Best in loamy or sandy soils. Rocky soil may pose moderate challenges.

Moderately Adaptable Soil pH

Can thrive in acidic to neutral pH ranges.

Significant Human Health Risks

This plant is toxic and may cause severe health issues.

Safe for Pets

No known safety risks to pets and livestock.


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About Cordyline fruticosa

The Cordyline fruticosa is a striking plant that stands anywhere from 3 to 10 feet tall, with a width of 2 to 4 feet. Its leaves are a spectacle in themselves, boasting a variety of colors from lime to fuchsia, mauve, garnet, and even striped. While it does produce flowers and fruits, their colors remain a mystery.

Did you know that the Ti plant is considered a symbol of divine power in many cultures? It's often used in rituals and ceremonies, earning it the name 'Tree-of-kings'.

Also known as

Broadleaf palm-lily
Ti plant

Our design recommendations

The Cordyline fruticosa makes for a great interior plant. It's also a popular choice for urns, where its vibrant leaves can truly shine.