THE TI PLANT NO FLOWER-FLOWER ARRANGEMENT
This plant is also known as the Hawaiian good-luck-plant. In frost-free regions, it's grown as a landscape shrub where it adds tons of color to yards and gardens all year long.
I have my Ti plant outdoors in my year-round warmer climate location. In the north or in cold areas; however, you must bring it indoors as soon as the temperature begins to fall. After I am done with this arrangement, I will stick it in the ground or a pot and it will root into another pretty plant. These are some stats:
Perennial in warmer climates only: Yes
Hardiness: As a landscape shrub outdoors, it's hardy in Zones 10-11. Bring indoors in the fall in colder areas
Deer Resistant: No, but they may eat the tops; however, Ti is not their first choice.
Full Sun: Yes, somewhat, keep reading.
Partial Sun: Yes, somewhat, keep reading.
Shade: Give it some shade from the hot afternoon sun .
Bloom Color: Pale Pink, White/Near White
Bloom Time: Blooms all year in warmer climates.
Plant Color: Green, Pink, Purple, Red, Variegated, White.
Size: 10’ to 12 ‘
Water Needs: Keep the soil moist, but not wet for extended periods.
Good Companion Plants: In container gardens, it pairs wonderfully with impatiens, sweet potato vine, purple hearts, and other favorites.
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