250mm Cordyline Purple Sensation - Cordyline banksii

SKU: 00156336
250mm Cordyline Purple Sensation - Cordyline banksii
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Product Description

A Te Horo selection of Cordyline banksii noted for its prominent red midrib to the deep purple leaf. It has a flax like habit that develops a notable clump. It will develop a multi stem with age. Suitable to most soils and situations. During Spring-Autumn a regular spray with insecticide suitable for controlling caterpillars will keep cutworm infestations under control. Makes an attractive patio plant. Prov PVR TRM043.

  • Excellent plant to create a statement in any garden and landscapes
  • Ideal plant for pots in a patio environment
  • Coastal Tolerant
  • Frost tolerant
  • Can create a beautiful informal hedge

Product Details

Model Name
Cordyline Purple Sensation
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:175 H:625 L:150
Common Name
Cordyline Purple Sensation
Botanical Name
Cordyline banksii Purple Sensation
Pot Size (mm)
Fully Grown Height (please specify mtr or cm)
Fully Grown Width (please specify mtr or cm)
Full Sun Position
Part Shade Position
Shaded Position
Sheltered location
Suitable for Pots
Suitable for Hanging Baskets
Suitable for Garden Beds
Planting Tips
Cordylines are adaptable to many soil types and conditions. It will tolerate dry conditrions but responds well to moist free draining soils.
Flower Colour
White - yellow
Recommended Planting Months Nth island
Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Recommended Planting Months Sth Island
Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Flowering Months Nth Island
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec
Flowering Months Sth Island
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

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