Luscious burgundy foliage forms a DENSE, low-growing clump of grass-like foliage. Reaching 3’ high and wide, this beautiful hybrid does not form a tall trunk like many Cordylines, instead forming multiple short trunks that remains hidden beneath the cascading foliage. In Summer it produces airy, multi-branching flower spikes encrusted with pale purple jasmine-scented flowers. Deer resistant and extremely drought tolerant once established, this low-maintenance plant only needs an annual composting and good drainage to look its best. Very pretty in the front or middle of a bed, it’s also a lovely container specimen (10 gal.+).