PLANT SIZE: 1ft
Moving the plant near a window where it gets bright, filtered light is ideal
. Water: Keep soil evenly moist spring through fall. In winter, allow the top inch (2.5 cm) to dry out between waterings. Use rainwater to avoid adding fluoride and chlorine that's often present in tap water.
Why are my Ti plants turning yellow?
can cause yellow Hawaiian Ti plants. Too much water can cause leaf tips and edges to turn yellow, while too little water can cause yellowing and leaf drop. Ti plants should be watered when the surface of the potting mix feels dry to the touch.
What is ti leaf plant used for?
Ti leaves were commonly used in the South Pacific for medicinal teas, food wrappings, and as a construction material. They were used to make thatch roofs, rain capes, clothing, ropes, sandals, fishing nets, serving plates, and cups.