Hawaiian Ti Plant ‘Rising Sun’ (Cordyline Fruticosa ‘Rising Sun’)

Hawaiian Ti Plant 'Rising Sun'


What is Hawaiian Ti Plant ‘Rising Sun’

Bringing together rich tropical color and effortless growth, our Rising Sun Plant delivers an exotic touch to any indoor space. The Rising Sun, or the Good Luck Plant, is known for its dramatic hues and full, lush silhouette.

Thanks to the Rising Sun, you get island beauty without ever leaving your home. Evergreen leaves feature blazing pink margins when the Rising Sun, also known as the Ti Plant in Hawaii, grows to maturity. The Hawaiian Ti Plant ‘Rising Sun’ is aptly named for this rich color variation, resembling a sunrise or sunset in vibrancy. And since it thrives with just a bit of sun and water indoors, you get exotic good looks without effort.

When you order from GardenCenterPoint, you get a proven performer that offers healthy, full color, and growth. Because we’ve put in the hard work for you, you reap the rewards of effortless care and no-hassle growth. Your Rising Sun Plant is delivered directly to your door, ready to thrive in your homescape and deliver one-of-a-kind color.

You won’t find this tropical beauty at your local nursery or big-box store.

With GardenCenterPoint, you’ll get a tried-and-true house plant that grows without fuss. Don’t wait – this exotic Cordyline is in high demand. Get your Rising Sun Plant today!

Hawaiian Ti Plant 'Rising Sun' (Cordyline Fruticosa 'Rising Sun') Cordyline Fruticosa 'Rising Sun'

How to Grow and Care for Hawaiian Ti Plant ‘Rising Sun’

Hawaiian Ti Plant ‘Rising Sun’ (Cordyline Fruticosa ‘Rising Sun’) Growing Requirements

Hardiness zone Indoors


Start by selecting a container that’s about twice the width of your plant’s shipped container, and ensure it has drainage holes. The Rising Sun prefers partial sun to partial shade, about 4 to 6 hours of direct sunlight per day.

Place it near a sunny window, in an area with some shade during the afternoon. Once you’re ready to plant, use organic soil, place your plant in its soil, backfill and then water to settle its roots.


Water your Ti plant frequently, around once or twice weekly, so that the soil is moist but well-drained. If you’re not sure when to water your plant, simply check the soil 2 to 3 inches down – if it’s dry, it’s time to water.


Simply remove any dead or damaged foliage to keep your Rising Sun growing strong.

Hawaiian Ti Plant ‘Rising Sun’ (Cordyline Fruticosa ‘Rising Sun’) Details

Common name Hawaiian Ti Plant 'Rising Sun'
Botanical name Cordyline Fruticosa 'Rising Sun'
Plant type House Plants
Hardiness zone Indoors
Growth rate Medium
Height 3-5 ft.
Width 3-5 ft.