A favorite of landscape architects in the Philippines, this plant has nice pinkish reddish-brown leaves. Most of the photos here were shot in an early morning, we should have shot them in mid-morning to mid-afternoon when the sun is out to highlight their contrasting colors!
Here is a close up of flowers of the bastons:
Note: the name cordyline terminalis replaces the old name cordyline furticosa.
|Common names||tungkod pare, baston de san jose, ti-tree|
|Photographer||Dr. Ernesto P. Adorio(plants),Gerrica Gasapo(flowers)|
|Reference||stuart xchange, Wikipedia (ti-plant)|