The Green Leaf Ti is traditional, and the Red Leaf Ti is used as the alternate color in ti leaf leis. It's also popular in Hawaiian bouquets and used as plating and decor. Pop over and read our Good Luck Ti Plant article on the many uses, spiritual and historical aspects of the Ti plant. The vibrant red leaves are believed by Hawaiians to bring good luck. In Hawaii today, many of our yards are hedged with ti (pronounced "tee") for good luck.
Ti leaf plant logs 1 Package contains 2 red Hawaiian each "log" is approximately 3 inches in length.
Ti Leaf starter plant 1 package contains 1 ti plant 5- 10 inches tall potted in a 2.5 inch container.
ABOUT TI PLANTS:
- Grows to a height of 6 – 10 feet - spread of 3-4 feet
- Its spread is 3–4 feet Leaf clusters grow in a tiered rosette
- The large leaves are smooth and glossy and grow 1–2 feet long and 3 - 4 inches wide. The lower leaves will die off to encourage new growth
- Cut waxed ends off and plant log horizontally in a well draining potting soil with perlite Keep soil moist
- Keep in partial shade, until roots and leaves are produced then move to partial to full sun Fertilize once a month
STARTER PLANT INSTRUCTIONS:
- Replant in a well draining potting soil with perlite
- Keep soil moist
- Keep in partial to full sun
- Fertilize once a month