Needless to say that my partner and I will probably never have to worry about running out of Cordylines, lol. He has 1000s of them around the place, no kidding. Of course that doesn’t stop us from propagating them. After all, when it comes to the less common, or even rare, cordylines we are always looking to buff up the supply. Here are the steps to do the same with your cordylines. In fact this can be done with a number of plants, especially those that have a “woody” like stalk.
The beautiful thing about this method is that from one cut, you will end up with a new plant (your head cutting), but your parent plant will sprout at least two new heads! For me I love it, as now your parent plant (which is usually still in your garden) will be fuller and bushier. 😀
About the author Chyina
I’m a Goth/Hippie who loves to try new things and dabbles in anything and everything that I find enjoyment in. That can include but is not limited to, cooking, art, digital design, jewellery making, photography, gardening, nature, animals and whatever else strikes my fancy. I’m an optimistic (occasionally) perfectionist (constantly), who can be very sarcastic (incessantly), but all in good humour. :)