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Cordyline fruticosa 'Goa' (Compacta Orange)

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Common Name: Paradise Orange, Orange Glow, Morning Sunshine

Botanical Name: Cordyline Terminalis

Other names: Cordyline Orange

Origin: Australia, Papua New Guinea

What's special?

 Waking up to the sight of this tropical beauty is the best way to start your day. This plant’s sunrise shades of orange, yellow, & green will make your mornings lovely & colorful. There are a bunch of other things that make this plant a great indoor choice – it can resist cold temperatures as well as survive hot weathers; it requires regular watering at the start but once the roots are established, you don’t need to worry about it at all; and last but not the least, it will keep the air inside your home clean & healthy. This plant stands true to all its names - Paradise Orange, Orange Glow, Morning Sunshine. As the orange shaded leaves have truly the capability to turn any place into paradise.

Growth Habits: Paradise Orange, Orange Glow, Morning Sunshine

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 near windows, study room or living room, well-lit kitchen, balcony, garden area, etc

Maintenance: Medium

Caring Tips:

• 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.