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Cordyline fruticosa 'Maria Pink'

Cordyline fruticosa 'Maria Pink'

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The Cordyline fruticosa ‘Maria Pink’ has leaves that range from maroon to brilliant pink. As an Asparagaceae family member, the ‘Maria Pink’ has easy care requirements. This plant can be enjoyed on porches during the summer and moved indoors during the winter or in colder climates. ‘Maria Pink’ can also thrive when planted in the ground in warmer climates. 

  • FAQ about Cordyline fruticosa ‘Maria Pink’:
    • How do you take care of a pink Cordyline? 
      • Make sure you place your pink Cordyline in good light. Make sure to water it regularly growing season, but sparingly in winter. Also, feed your Cordyline monthly with liquid fertilizer from spring to late summer. 
    • Do Cordylines like full sun? 
      • Cordylines in warm and cool temperate climates prefer full-sun to part shade.
    • Why are my pink Cordyline leaves going yellow? 
      • Cordyline leaves may turn yellow because of overwatering or underwatering. Pink cordyline also show yellow leaves if they are infected with root rot. Too much sunlight can also cause yellowing of the foliage. Make sure you water the plant just enough and place it in adequate lighting.
    • Can Pink Cordylines grow in pots? 
      • Pink Cordylines can also be grown in pots and if the container is sufficiently large, a cordyline can remain in the same one for a number of years. Cordylines are likely to outgrow smaller pots in a year or two and need moving up to a larger pot or planting out in the ground.
    • What comes in the box? 
      • One Cordyline fruticosa 'Maria Pink' in a 10" grow pot. Ceramic planter sold separately.