The Cordyline Red Star, especially when it is older, has a magnificent, palm-like growth shape, which gives it a very unusual exoticism. Club lilies, however, belong to the agaves and not to the palm trees, which makes them very robust.
Its slightly overhanging, dark-red and sword-shaped leaves are an eye-catcher on every terrace. In addition, the club lily can bring out impressive inflorescences, the light color of which stands out wonderfully from the red leaves.
The club lily is not completely hardy, it should be allowed in at approx. -5 / -7 ° C. But it can also be kept in a cool room or winter garden all year roundwill.
Name: Red Club Lily
Botanical name: Cordyline australis
Pot size: 12cm
Total height: approx. 40-50cm
Location: bright location
Watering : water very moderately - but never let it dry out completely.