Hi there, Im a new member to this site so please be patient with me.... i thanku in advance.! We absolutely love our gardening and really have taken a shine to all 'tropical' plants but are a little unsure on a few things.we have only taken up gardening seriously in the last couple of years so have ALOT to learn !! Getting back to the point of interest.... we have been offered a rather large fully mature cordyline,approx 20ft in height with several 'heads'.we would absolutely love to place it in our own garden but do not really know how to go about uprooting and replanting it,with the best chance of survival? we tried a similar thing last year with a 12ft specimen but alas it didnt survive (where did we go wrong?),we thought it might have been the time of year,mid summer? Anyway, we would so appreciate any advice on this tricky one as the current owner will uproot and throw away if no one wants it - having their front garden turned into a plant free driveway... such a shame in our eyes!! Pleeease if anyone can help.........?? Thank-you so much for taking the time to read this.