Cordyline Tops have the appearance of lush tropical foliage and add a sense of drama and volume to any home or office flower arrangement.
The word Cordyline come from the Greek ‘kordyle’ meaning a club which may refer to the club like stems of some of the species. Cordyline, is also known as the Ti plant in in Polynesia, where it was thought to have great spiritual power with only high priests and chiefs allowed to wear leaves around their necks.
Cordyline Tops can be mixed with other cut flowers in an arrangement and are perfect for adding volume or can be simply displayed on their own in a stylish green arrangement.
Cordyline Tops have a medium length stem measuring approx 45 cm in length. The Cordyline Tops in the product image have been styled in the Lulworth vase, measuring, 20 x 10 cm, which you can add to your order. They will also work well in larger bunches in the Canonbury vase (20 x 17.7cm) or even in the Dorset vase (16 X 13 cm).
Cordyline Tops are also fairly wide measuring approx 8-10cm across, so please be aware of this when styling in the home.