Festival™ Burgundy corydaline

Cordyline hybrida var. JURred 'Festival™ Burgundy'

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Festival™ Burgundy corydaline (Cordyline hybrida var. JURred 'Festival™ Burgundy')
Synonyms:  Festival grass
Genus:  Cordyline
This basal branching cordyline combines the rugged easy-care attributes of its cordyline cousins with an unusual mix of shiny dark color, compact bushy form, short stems and cascading grass-like leaves.
Noteworthy Characteristics:  This is a  low-maintenance, high impact plant. Festival™ Burgundy makes a great container plant and can even be wintered indoors as an easy-care house plant.
Care:  Prefers well-drained soil in full sun or partial shade. If grown indoors, provide bright filtered or indirect light and moderate water. Remove dead leaves as required.
Problems: 

Information provided by Anthony Tesselaar

Overview

Height
1 ft. to 3 ft.
Spread
3 ft. to 6 ft.
Growth Habit
Clumps
Growth Pace
Moderate Grower
Light
Full Sun to Part Shade
Moisture
Adaptable
Maintenance
Low
Characteristics
Fragrant Flowers,
Showy Foliage
Bloom Time
Fall,
Spring,
Summer
Flower Color
Pink Yarrow
Foliage Color
Colorful/Burgundy Foliage
Uses
Backyard,
Beds and Borders,
Combinations,
Container,
Edging,
Foliage,
Foundation Plantings,
Front Yard,
Garden Rooms,
Indoor Plant,
Low-Maintenance,
Pathways,
Roadside,
Specimen Plant/Focal Point,
Suitable as Annual,
Sun,
Texture
Style
Cottage Garden,
Formal Garden,
Meadow Garden
Seasonal Interest
Fall Interest
Tolerance
Drought Tolerant
Type
Grasses

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