Hawaiian ti plants, also known as Cordyline fruticosa, are tropical plants with colorful leaves that make for a great addition to any room. They are native to tropical regions in Southeast Asia, Australia, and Oceania. These plants can reach heights of up to 10 feet when grown outdoors, but they are smaller when grown as houseplants. Hawaiian ti plants have a rich history and cultural significance in Polynesia and Hawaii. They can be propagated through cane cuttings, air layering, division, or sowing seeds. To grow a healthy Hawaiian ti plant indoors, provide them with tropical conditions including bright, indirect light, well-draining soil, and regular watering and fertilizing. Pruning and maintenance are necessary to keep these plants healthy, and there are various cultivars with different leaf colors to choose from.