Cordyline Australis Care Tips
About Cordyline Australis
Cordyline Australis For Sale Egypt, Cabbage Tree For Sale Egypt
Previously known as: Dracaena australis.
Mature Cordyline Australis produces branches of sweet-smelling, ivory-white flowers in summer, which are extremely attractive to bees and parrots. And its autumn berries are loved by starlings.
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Mature Height & Spread
Cordyline Australis Story
The popular name cabbage tree is thought to be due to the fact that its leaves used to be eaten and were said to have a cabbage-like flavour.
It will ultimately turn into a tree with a tall straight trunk and clusters of long, pointed leaves. Wild trees can grow almost 20 meters tall, but they’d take around 50 years to reach that height.
Maori used to use the strong cordyline fibres to make everything from fishing line to baskets to shoes.
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