|Scientific Name||Cordyline fruticosa|
|Common Name||Red Sister Ti Plant|
|Info||Leaves from Cordyline fruiticosa have been used to make Hula skirts in Hawaii. Its edible roots can be boiled, which taste like molasses, and made into a beer. The leaves can be used to wrap food and make clothing.|
|Native||Not native to Florida (native to Southeast Asia, Australia, and some Pacific Islands)|
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