Features: Cordylines are tufted evergreen shrubs that originate from Southeast Asia and the Pacific rim, where they mature to form awkwardly shaped stubby trees with tufts of spiky leaves that resemble huge pineapple tops at the end of each branch.
Exposure: Part Sun.
Size: 2 – 3 feet.
Uses: Borders, Containers, Pot.
Planting Guide: Space 34 – 36 inches.
Comments: Cordyline is a member of the Agaveaceae or agave family.