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Burgundy Spire cordyline
The most stunning of all cordylines, Burgundy Spire™ stays 'fully dressed' to the bottom of its trunk - that is, the bottom leaves, stay on the plant.Tall and majestic like no other.
Sometimes referred to as cabbage trees, Cordylines are small trees or palm-like evergreen shrubs, indigenous to Australia, New Zealand and the western Pacific region. Burgundy Spire™ is an upright tree growing to 9 feet with deep burgundy long, narrow leaves.
- Tall and majestic like no other
- Brilliant patio pot plant
- Stunning in the garden
- Glossy deep burgundy leaves
- Height 9 feet
- Low maintenance
- No major pests or diseases
- Suitable in USDA zones 8-11
Upright architectural plant to 9 feet.
Panicle 20 inches long.
Plant 6 feet apart.
Cold hardy in most areas. Hardy in USDA zones 8 - 11.
Full sun. Best foliage color can be achieved either in full sun or partial shade.
Adaptable to a wide range of soils from extreme dry to wet. Generally prefers acidic soils with a pH range of 6.0-6.5.
Will respond to moisture during prolonged dry spells. However, an established plant can withstand long dry windy conditions.
Balanced controlled release fertilizer.
No diseases observed on plants.
No major pests or diseases.
Best foliage color can be achieved either in full sun or in partial shade. Experience has proven that excessive fertilizer can be detrimental to a soundly developed root structure.