Cordyline indivisa

An awesomely impressive foliage plant when grown well, with a huge crown of very broad leaves to 15cm across making, in my opinion, probably the most exotic looking plant growable in the UK. This New Zealander comes from higher altitude than the common C. australis and is hardier, though resents hot conditions. It prefers a cool position in not too dry, but reasonably well drained soil to thrive, though Roy Lancaster has a fine specimen on clay in summer-warm Hampshire. Huge, very old specimens can be seen in Northern Ireland at Mount Stewart gardens where they thrive.

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