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This exceptional evergreen plant will add a touch of drama and beauty to any garden with its dark, almost black foliage.
Cordyline Black Night is primarily grown for its foliage and does not typically produce significant flowers. Its long, arching leaves are deep purplish-black, creating a striking contrast in the garden. This unique coloration makes it a standout feature in both contemporary and tropical-style gardens.
For optimal growth and color intensity, plant Cordyline Black Night in a position that receives full sun to partial shade. It thrives in well-drained soil and appreciates regular watering. The plant’s foliage develops its best coloration when exposed to bright but indirect light.
Feeding Cordyline Black Night is important for its overall health and vitality. Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer in early spring to provide essential nutrients for robust growth. Additionally, you can provide a liquid fertilizer every four to six weeks during the growing season to support its energetic growth.
Pruning Cordyline Black Night is typically not necessary unless you want to remove any dead or damaged leaves. However, if you prefer a more compact shape, you can trim the top growth in late winter or early spring.
Cordyline Black Night is a true showstopper in any garden. Its dark, almost black foliage, preferred position, and minimal care requirements make it an excellent choice for adding drama and interest to your outdoor space. Embrace the striking beauty of Cordyline Black Night and create a garden filled with unique foliage and visual impact.