Cordyline Baby Doll
Common Name: Baby Doll, Ti Plant, Good-Luck Plant, Hawaiian Ti Plant
Botanical Name: Cordyline fruticosa
Other names: Cordyline Baby Dol
Origin: Australia, Papua New Guinea
If you are looking to deck up your indoor garden, the Cordyline Baby Doll might just be your perfect bet. There are many legendary tales which regard this plant as something which brings good fortune to your place. And that’s not all, there are stories that even talk about the plant’s mystical & spiritual powers. In Hawaii, people plant these trees to bring good luck and ward off evil spirits. But aside all these myths & traditions, this Good-Luck Plant, as people like to call it, is extremely easy to maintain, it has got a robust structure of branches and will add a solid dash of greenery to your place.
Growth Habits: Up to 8 – 13 feet high
Soil Requirement: Moist well drained soil
Watering Schedule: This plant needs daily watering
Light condition: 4 – 5 hours of bright indirect sunlight
Ideal Temperature: Anywhere between 16 - 32 degree Celsius
Repotting instructions: While repotting always choose a sturdy container for this plant as they are top-heavy.
Suitable Locations: Places where this plant can receive bright light like windows, study room or living room, well-lit kitchen, balcony, garden area, etc.
• Place this plant in pots with good draining system otherwise the roots will start rotting. • You will need to water this plant daily but make sure that you never overwater it. • If the leaves are getting dry & dull, it is an indication that the plant needs some fertilizer with good nutritional value. • Though this plant grows well in full sun, try to find a sheltered spot if you are planning to keep it outdoor during the summer months.