Cordyline terminalis ‘Glauca’


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Introducing the Cordyline terminalis ‘Glauca’ – the ultimate tropical beauty designed to elevate any space! With its impressive blue-green foliage and graceful tall stems, this plant is certain to catch the eye and become the focal point of any room.

However, the ‘Glauca’ is more than just aesthetically pleasing – it’s a spirited plant with a personality to match. Its cascading leaves exude a playful, carefree atmosphere, transporting you to a sunny beach, even on the gloomiest of days.

And the best part? The Cordyline terminalis ‘Glauca’ is exceptionally easy to care for, making it an ideal choice for busy plant enthusiasts. It can endure low light conditions and only requires watering once a week, making it a low-maintenance addition to your indoor garden.

So, why not infuse a bit of charm into your life with this stylish, fun-loving plant? Your home (and heart) will appreciate the gesture!

Plant Care:
Keep the Cordyline terminalis ‘Glauca’ consistently moist by watering it thoroughly once a week and maintaining even soil moisture between waterings. Avoid overwatering to prevent root rot, and ensure the pot has proper drainage. We recommend using a moisture meter to gauge soil moisture accurately.

Thriving in bright, indirect light, this plant can also tolerate low light conditions. Steer clear of direct sunlight to prevent leaf scorching. If the plant lacks sufficient light, the leaves may turn brown and droop.

Provide the Cordyline terminalis ‘Glauca’ with a balanced, water-soluble, or liquid fertilizer every two weeks during the growing season (spring and summer). Reduce to once a month in the fall and winter to avoid over-fertilization, which can result in burnt leaf tips.

While Cordyline terminalis ‘Glauca’ doesn’t require frequent repotting, if it begins to outgrow its container, move it to a slightly larger pot using a well-draining potting mix. Spring, before the growing season starts, is the ideal time for repotting. Trim any brown or dead roots before the process.

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