Ti plants come in a wide variety of colors, including green, red, chocolate, pink, orange, variegated and combinations of all of these. They grow in a tiered rosette and do not often flower. They make excellent houseplants on their own or can be combined with other houseplants with similar needs to make a stunning display.
When potting up your ti plants, it is best to avoid potting soils that contain perlite, as some perlites can contain fluoride as well. Other than this, a well-draining potting soil will work best for potting or repotting your ti plant.
These plants cannot tolerate temperatures below 50 F. (10 C.), so be careful not to place them where they may experience drafts from windows or doors. Hawaiian ti plants typically do best in medium to bright light, but variegated or heavily colored varieties will do better in brighter light.