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Help identifying a plant - Cordyline fruticosa

 
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Hi i am new here, and 1st post! I have moved into a new house in Tampa, FL. I have a half acre yard. And i plan on doing stuff with it. But, i do have some plants in my yard that i like, and I'm wondering what some of them are. attached are pictures of a plant that i am hoping someone can identify it for me. Thanks for any help!!!
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Possibly Cordyline?

https://garden.org/plants/photo/370928/
 
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yeah thats what i was thinking, but it just looks a little different.
 
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Cordyline fruticosa
 
I got this tall by not having enough crisco in my diet as a kid. This ad looks like it had plenty of shortening:
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