Improper watering can cause yellow Hawaiian Ti plants. Too much water can cause leaf tips and edges to turn yellow, while too little water can cause yellowing and leaf drop. Watering at the base of the plant will help prevent diseases, but a badly infected plant should be discarded.
Care of outdoor Ti plants is as simple as regularly watering them, applying a general purpose 20-10-20 fertilizer every three to four months, and regular trimming of dead or diseased foliage. Ti plants can be cut right back to the ground if pests or disease Read more
The cause of the sticky leaf is normally scale insects on the plant. Plant scale feeds and suck sap (the plant juices) out of houseplants. The sticky residue on the leaves and floor is what they secrete and is a sticky substance called honeydw or Read more
Some of the most popular tomatoes to grow, including 'Beefsteak', 'Big Boy', 'Brandywine', 'Sungold', and 'Sweet Million', are indeterminate varieties. Early producing varieties, such as 'Early Girl', are also indeterminate.
Long and skinny. Ti leaf is not edible, but is used to wrap and cook food. Ti leaf is used to make lau lau. Luau Leaf – The leafy green part of the taro plant.
Ti Plant, or Cordyline (Cordyline fruiticosa) They range in color from variegated light greens and pinks to reds to nearly black. Leaves are simple and clustered in spirals. Petioles are channeled and clasp the stems. Flowers are produced in panicles and considered inconspicuous.
New shoots will sprout from the cut as well as from lower areas of the stem. This also serves to control the ti plant's size. Cut all but three of the older stems back to about 6 inches above the soil level to rejuvenate more Read more
A Ti plant cleans the air of harmful chemicals such as formaldehyde, benzene, and trichloroethylene.
Native to Eastern Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands, Ti plants (Cordyline fruticosa and Cordyline terminalis) are hardy in U.S. hardiness zones 10-12. While they can handle a brief chill down to 30 F. (-1 C.), they grow best where temperatures stay in a steady Read more
Growing the Hawaiian Ti plants in the cold areas is possible if you can keep them indoors to protect them from the extreme cold. They do not like the frost at all, so if you grow them outdoors in a cold region, they will die Read more
The Hawaiian ti plant (Cordyline fruticosa, syn. Cordyline terminalis) is a tropical member of the Asparagus Family, yes, that asparagus. The group includes other exotic-sounding plants like agave and yucca. Like many tropical plants, it is an evergreen plant that can provide year-round interest in Read more
Ti, (genus Cordyline), genus of tropical trees and shrubs in the asparagus family (Asparagaceae), native to Asia, Australia, and some Pacific islands. Many are grown as ornamental plants. The underground stems of some species are used for food and the long leaves for roofing material Read more
Care of Outdoor Ti Plants Ti plants grow best in slightly acidic soil. This soil should also be consistently moist, as Ti plants require a lot of moisture and cannot survive drought.
While they can handle a brief chill down to 30 F. (-1 C.), they grow best where temperatures stay in a steady range between 65 and 95 F.
Ti plants are extremely heat tolerant; however, they cannot handle drought. They grow best in a moist location with partial shade, but can handle full sun to dense shade. For the best foliage display, light filtered shade is recommended.
As with many tropical plants, it is best to allow the plant to dry out some in between waterings. Check the ti plant weekly to see if the top of the soil is dry. If the soil is dry, go ahead and water the plant Read more
Air Purifying This plant filters airborne toxins such as such as formaldehyde, benzene and trichloroethylene from the atmosphere and is part of our clean air plant collection.