Unit Pack Size: 4" Pot
Light:Bright Sunlight is good, but protect from full Sun
These plants are very tolerant of low light levels
Water:Water thoroughly, allowing the soil to dry out each time. This plant needs a
chance for air to enter the soil as well as water.
Temp:This plant is very cold sensitive, so do not place near a icy window in
winter, Normal room temperatures are fine
Soil:Normal potting soil with a good drainage is best
Fertilizer:Feed each time you water with a liquid plant food
Pests:Spider mites and mealy bugs, an insecticide should be used to treat these
Special Care:Most plants will naturally shed a few lower leaves, but you can trim
older leaves if they seem unattractive.
Flower Color:Older plants may grow a long, branched stem with pink/purple one inch blooms
Growth Habit:These plants never grow much more than 4 feet.
Fun Fact:This plant is known as the Hawaiian "good luck plant".
The most common green-leaved of of Ti is the plant which the
traditional grass skirts for hula dancers were made.
The key to a happy plant is proper care!