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Pink Electric Cordyline (Cordyline or Dracaena)

AKA "Electric Pink Cordyline"

It’s hard to pin down a perfect name to describe these woody plants, but they are most definitely pink. Hybrids of the Cordyline family, the pink varietal feature a bright pink edge with a dark maroon center.

Where They Do Well:

These might be the perfect addition to any landscaping project. They have a complex color and need very little maintenance overall. They also thrive quite well in containers or next to water features.


Very little water is needed to keep the Pink Cordyline happy. They are also happy in almost any type of sunlight, making it easy to design around.