Ti plants are important Polynesian canoe plants, that survived the trip from Southern Polynesia to Hawaii. Used for leis, popular Hawaiian bouquets, cooking, making hula skirts and baskets. Great as plating and decor. Believed by Hawaiians to bring good luck. In Hawaii today, many of our yards are hedged with ti (pronounced “tee”) for good luck. Grow in doors or out. Check out our Good Luck Ti Plant Article on the many uses, spiritual and historical aspects of the Ti plant.