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Hawaiian Ti Plant

Cordyline terminalis 'Hot Pepper'

$82.00 $104.00
Size: Small Size Chart
Pot: Eco Planter
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  • Pet Warning:Toxic To Ingest

  • Care Level:I'm Easy

  • Overall Size: 10" to 14" W 24" to 32" H

Also known as the "Cabbage Plant" or the "Good Luck Plant," this Cordyline Terminalis Hot Pepper will make any space feel more cheerful.

The color this indoor plant brings to any room is reminiscent of a tropical island with its hot pink leaves. Get the groove going in any place with bright light and high humidity.

Hawaiian Ti Plant
Hawaiian Ti Plant
About Hawaiian Ti Plant

Ever need a rabbit's foot for good luck but don't want the bloodshed? Try a Hawaiian Ti leaf instead! Folklore teaches that they bring good luck and ward off evil lurking nearby. If you take a trip to the islands, you'll see them planted in every homestead for that purpose. They also come in handy to make the traditional hula skirts, leis, and necklaces for the same reason! If you find a single leaf in someone's pocket, they say it's better than a rabbit's foot.

Care Level: I'm Easy

Easy for beginners and a great starter plant!

Pet Friendly: Warning

Toxic to cats, dogs and pets.

Origins

Native to the tropical climates of Hawaii and other Pacific islands, New Guinea and parts of Asia.

Fun Facts

The Ti plant was first brought to Hawaii by early Polynesian settlers. It can be found in tropical Southeast Asia and Pacific wetlands. The number of ways the leaves can be used is staggering: roof thatching, food wrapping, clothing like skirts and sandals, cattle feed, dishes, medicine, liquor, even sleds for kids! Hawaiians plant ti around their homes for good luck, for the leaves are sometimes worn to scare off the oogie-boogies and attract the good spirits. Sacred to the god Lono and the goddess Laka, the leaves are still used in spiritual ceremonies and rituals today.

Hawaiian Ti Plant

Great For Spaces That…

  • Great for spaces with high humidity environment or climate
  • Great for spaces with higher ceilings
  • Great for spaces with bright indirect light
  • Great for spaces with shelving or with an upward climbing trellis

Cordyline terminalis 'Hot Pepper' Care Guide

Hawaiian Ti Plant

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