Is this a palm?

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  1. Edlou8181

    Edlou8181 Seedling

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    I have a palm I think can anyone help
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    It looks like a Phornium or Cordyline.
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    Kate thanks for your help with the name.
    I'm not sure where I got it,but I transplanted it today.
    Any idea how tall they get?
    sleep warm
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    There are different variations apparently.
    I used to have one but not with any red on it.
    Sorry Ed!
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    There's a lot of confusion with those. Cordyline & Drac. are so similar & closely related, and (some/all?) Cords were in Drac genus at one point. I recognized this particular one from having one (which is now quite a few from propagating cuttings.) Trying to help is always great & very close suggestions turn everyone on to similar plants they might also like that they might not have seen yet.
     
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