Discussion in 'CORDYLINE CORNER - THE TI PLANT' started by ScotTi, Oct 24, 2015.
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The seedbed with 2 and 3 year olds are showing their stuff...
That's what is cool about Ti plants - they just all blend and go together - you can't go wrong no matter how you arrange them. But you still have to grow nice plants, and those are grown to perfection.
Thanks Dean! Here is another 4 yr old that started to bling in the last few months. You will notice in the photo it was just a plain green leaf with pink leaf stems until recent.
Here is a better photo of the above plant with the sun not glaring on it.
Just another of the boring 'Kiwi' seedlings.
Scott, some really nice youngsters you've shown us!!!! The fist two pictures caught my eye especially, the first
pic - foreground in the middle (darker leaf with red margins) And the second pic the dark one in the background. Really great looking. Tell me, did you broadcast a number of seeds directly into a prepared area?
You obviously know your stuff!!!! Lots of experience is one of our greatest teachers. congrats!!
Are those two a named variety? ( I knew I had a question in thre somewhere)lol) Mark
Mark, The 2 you like are former seedlings and are unnamed. Here are close ups of the 2.
I like this one...
The 2 yr old keeps my attention as it now comes into color.
This 'Jackie' offspring is looking good.
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