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Cabbage tree is a common name for several plant species:
- Andira inermis, native to Central and South America
- Various members of the genus Cordyline native to New Zealand.
- Cordyline australis (Cabbage tree or Tī kōuka)
- Cordyline banksii (Forest cabbage tree or Tī ngahere)
- Cordyline indivisa (Mountain cabbage tree, Broad-leaved cabbage tree, Tōī or Tī tōī)
- Cordyline obtecta (Three Kings cabbage tree, native also to Norfolk Island, where it is known as Norfolk Island cabbage tree)
- Cordyline pumilio (Dwarf cabbage tree, Pygmy cabbage tree, Tī rauriki or Tī koraha)
- Cussonia spicata, native to southern parts of Africa
- Dendroseris litoralis, native to Chile's Juan Fernandez archipelago
- Livistona australis, the Cabbage tree palm of coastal New South Wales
- Moringa stenopetala, a crop tree native to Ethiopia and Kenya
- Various members of the Asteraceae from Saint Helena
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