Cordyline terminalis 'Glauca'
Introducing the Cordyline terminalis 'Glauca' - the ultimate tropical beauty to elevate any space! With its striking blue-green foliage and tall, elegant stems, this plant is sure to turn heads and become the centerpiece of any room.
But the 'Glauca' is not just a pretty face - it's also a fun-loving plant with a personality to match. Its cascading leaves create a playful, carefree vibe that will transport you to a sunny beach, even on the gloomiest of days.
And the best part? The Cordyline terminalis 'Glauca' is incredibly easy to care for, making it the perfect plant for busy plant parents. It can tolerate low light conditions and only needs to be watered once a week, making it a low-maintenance addition to your indoor garden.
So why not add a little romance to your life with this trendy, fun-loving plant? Your home (and heart) will thank you for it!
The Cordyline terminalis 'Glauca' prefers to be kept consistently moist, so water it thoroughly once a week and keep the soil evenly moist between waterings. Avoid overwatering, as it can lead to root rot. Ensure that the pot has good drainage to prevent the roots from sitting in standing water. We recommend measuring the moisture of the soil with a moisture meter.
This plant thrives in bright, indirect light but can also tolerate low light conditions. Avoid direct sunlight, as it can scorch the leaves. If the plant is not getting enough light, the leaves may turn brown and droop.
Feed the Cordyline terminalis 'Glauca' with a balanced, water-soluble or liquid fertilizer every two weeks during the growing season (spring and summer). Cut back to once a month during the fall and winter. Avoid over-fertilizing, as it can lead to burnt tips on the leaves.
Cordyline terminalis 'Glauca' does not need to be repotted frequently, but if the plant starts to outgrow its pot, move it to a container that is one size larger and use a well-draining potting mix. Repotting is best done in the spring before the growing season begins. Be sure to trim any brown or dead roots before repotting.