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Small Cordyline Red Star

Great for adding structure and shape to containers or the garden. With vibrant red, arching flat leaves giving colour and interest all year round. Plant with perennial flowering plants in the garden or bedding plants in containers for maximum contrast. Easy to grow.Pot size: 12cmLatin name: Cordyline australis 'Red Star'.Dimensions: (H)35, (W)35cmEventual height: 3mEventual width: 2mRate of growth: SlowEvergreen: Retains leaves in Autumn and WinterSoil type: Prefers well drained soil, multi-purpose compost with John Innes and general purpose fertiliser.Planting position: Plant in full sunWatering instructions: Drought tolerantFeeding instructions: Feed monthly from April to August. Protect the plant in Winter by wrapping with plant fleece.Hardiness: Requires protection below 0C. Tolerant of low temperatures but will not survive being frozen.Plant guarantee: Plant is covered by Homebase 5 Year Hardy Plant Guarantee.Additional information: Product usually available between February and September.Note :3

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UPC/EAN/GTIN: 5013669964991

Product Category: Garden: Plants, seeds & bulbs
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Current price: £3.00

Most recent price change was on
Wednesday 6 July 2016

Was £3.50
Down by 14%
Saving £0.50

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Price Drop City has been tracking this product since Wednesday 11 March 2015. Since then, the lowest price it has sold for is £3.00 (first seen on Wednesday 6 July 2016) and the highest price it has sold for is £3.50 (first seen on Wednesday 11 March 2015).

The median price over the time we have been tracking it is £3.00.

This product has changed price once since we started tracking it, giving it a price volatility rating of 0.

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