too much leg

lawtayMarch 15, 2005

Hi , I have several red cordyline (Ti)plants and they are getting very leggy. In fact on most of them the only leaves are near the top of the plant. Can I cut the tops to promote a bushier plant. On some this would leave only a stalk. Will they grow out also?

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stokesjl(5 IA)

you can use pieces of stem (cane) about three inches long to propagate cordyline.

Check out this link:

Here is a link that might be useful: cordyline / dracaena

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