Hot Ti Colors

Discussion in 'COMPANION PLANTS - TROPICAL & SUBTROPICAL' started by ScotTi, Dec 23, 2012.

  1. ScotTi

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    Tis the season...
     

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  2. ScotTi

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    gifts to the eyes...
     

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  3. ScotTi

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    feast on...
     

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  4. ScotTi

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    a little more hot ti for you...
     

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    Bright reds must be in this season...
     

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  6. Dypsisdean

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    You really got it going now. Can you show a pic of a larger part of the garden to see how they all blend in with the other foliage?
     
  7. ScotTi

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    I will see what I can do.
     
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    :)
     

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  9. ScotTi

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    Here is where I used the dark color Ti to back up the Crotons. I think it makes great contrast to the bright Crotons.
     

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    on a cloudy day...
     

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  11. Topender

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    Awsome garden colour, What fertiliser do you use Scott?
     
  12. ScotTi

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    Thanks Shane. With the majority of the Cordylines growing under my palms they get the same feedings as the palms. The Cordylines not under the palms are also feed at that time with the same palm fertiliser ( makes thing easy). I feed with a 13-3-13 (Lesco 50% slow release) fertiliser for the palms in four (feb,may,aug,nov) feedings a year. In early Sept ( after the rainy season ends) I hit the Cordylines with a feeding of Sulfate of Potash. I also give them coffee grounds whenever. I use Miracid for feeding the Cordyline in pots.
     
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    Looking real sweet Scott ! :cool:
     
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  17. Marama

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    All your pictures are so fabulous, is there a way to know the name of each plant (sorry I'm new in the group).....also I have some plants I cannot ID, is it OK for me to post them and see if someone can help me? Thank you very much in advance.....Marama from Papara, TAHITI
     
  18. ScotTi

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    Marama,​
    Welcome to the forum! There is another thread in this forum The Colors Of The Cordyline that has lots of photos and names. The photos of the Ti that I have posted in this thread can found with names attached in my Albums (see top menu bar for all albums). Feel free to post any and all photos you like, and all attempts will be made for names. I will warn you that on some Ti the names will vary from different regions of the world. With that said please post away and lets see what Ti and anything else growing your part of the world.
    Scott​
     

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