Cordyline is a genus of tropical and subtropical flowering plants known for their striking and colorful foliage. They are often grown as ornamental plants in gardens, landscapes, and as houseplants. Cordyline plants typically have long, arching leaves that come in various shades of green, red, pink, or even purple, depending on the species and cultivar.
These plants are popular for their decorative appeal and can add a tropical or exotic touch to indoor and outdoor spaces. Cordylines are relatively low-maintenance and thrive in well-draining soil with ample sunlight. While they produce small, inconspicuous flowers, their main attraction is their vibrant and attractive foliage.