Hawaiian ti plant (Cordyline fruticosa, syn. Cordyline terminalis) comes in a wide variety of colors or color combinations across 20 species and dozens of cultivars. "Red Sister" is one widely-available commercial variety, whose name comes from its deep-pink, burgundy-splashed foliage. Red Sister is grown as an outdoor landscape plant in subtropical and tropical areas, and is a widely grown houseplant in warmer climates. Given the proper conditions and care, and protected from cold, a Red Sister cordyline can grow to be a large plant that can bring a splash of color to any space.