Outside of the veggie patch, Pandanus amaryllifolius also makes a great garden plant. Its upright strappy habit contrasts well in a subtropical or Balinese gardens which often feature a lot of broad leaves and colourful highlight. This Pandan is fairly easy to grow in Brisbane, favouring a semi-shade position with consistent moisture. In the wild it often grows in damp or marshy areas, so it doesn’t have much drought tolerance. However, they do not want to be soggy over winter. In fact, they are somewhat cold sensitive in that their appearance may decline during the coldest months. Position in a warm spot in semi-shade for best results. Too much harsh summer sun may be stressful to plants, especially if humidity drops off.