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Well-desired for their velvety green and showy leaves!
The foliage has whimsical colors of cream, off-white, green, purple, and silver which will love you if placed in direct sunlight areas.
The plant is of great cultural importance for the Austronesian and Papuan peoples of Pacific Islands, Hawaii, New Zealand, Southeast Asia and Papua New Guinea. They are generally regarded as sacred, a plant utilized to mark taboo areas and believed to rid of evil spirits.
This “good luck plant” was believed by early Polynesians to have mystical powers. It is believed that the more Cordyline you have, the greater fortune you will have in matters of the heart, mind and more. Nowadays, the belief continues, commonly found in Southeast Asian gardens and households, many believing it to bring good fortune.
There is still a mix of opinion whether this plant species name is Cordyline fruticosa ‘Miss Andrea’ or Cordyline terminalis ‘Chocolate Queen’ since their foliage look similar.
Things you need to know
Cordyline fruticosa ‘Miss Andrea’
Western Pacific Ocean region, from New Zealand, eastern Australia, southeastern Asia and Polynesia, with one species found in southeastern South America
Cordyline terminalis ‘Chocolate Queen’
Hawaiian Ti Plant
Hanjuang Es Krim
Cordyline Neopolitan Ice Cream
|Dimensions||30 × 35 × 50 cm|
Ø pot 25cm
Toxic if ingested