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Yuccas are another one of my favorite landscaping go to here on the coast of Maine. They take the cold and moisture with ease. uuidD9128C4C-C336-4D3F-B321-FBDDBD1D06BBlibrary1type1mode1loctruecaptrue.thumb.jpeg.82f03a8fdae4a16ac238bf885f80245f.jpeguuid251B23B2-8825-4CCF-BF32-8E381A01817Alibrary1type1mode2loctruecaptrue.thumb.jpeg.deceb223a020500b80befeecb9d3af4b.jpeguuid8653883B-75D0-4A8F-A030-19C4457B46A5library1type1mode2loctruecaptrue.thumb.jpeg.d838e37c8091883230c5c93bb2d10c6f.jpeg

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Who’s growing yucca faxoniana? Is it typical to be slow growing when young….like should have bought a way bigger size slloooowww 😭🤣

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I grow two outside, grown from seed and they are really slow. Hopefully one day the speed up otherwise I won't see them flowering any more 😀

But maybe it's only a problem of temperatures and sunshine

Eckhard 

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Yep, slow N' steady.. Not a plant for the impatient Grasshopper..  Plant and enjoy while you get to enjoy it..

  Think they can start flowering at a relatively short size ..say in the 6-9ft range.. So, if you live long enough, ya' might just get lucky..

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just few pics from garden, cant wait what will they do in this season after very warm winter

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31 minutes ago, akaranus said:

just few pics from garden, cant wait what will they do in this season after very warm winter

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I love seeing pics of your garden, thank you for sharing! I’ve noticed a lot of people on Facebook in Europe have fantastic yuccas, clearly you do!!!!

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14 minutes ago, teddytn said:

I love seeing pics of your garden, thank you for sharing! I’ve noticed a lot of people on Facebook in Europe have fantastic yuccas, clearly you do!!!!

Thanks..more time i spend with plants and in garden yuccas are becoming more favourite to me..such wonderfull nature sculptures and without any worries about watering or winter..people love them here(maybe to much western movies in the 70-80-ies 🙂) ..there are some serious nurseries in Spain and Italy so you can find them relatively cheap, smaller ones of course..faxoniana maybe keeping price very high more than the others...

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2 hours ago, Palmensammler said:

Looks like you have a perfect climate.

Eckhard 

It was solid 9a mediterranean type..but since 2018 we are at 10a as for absolute minimume..with long hot sumners and yuccas love it...

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I remember that when I was a little bit north of Split for holidays with my family many years ago the climate was very warm.  But in this area orange trees had been the dominating plants.

But we all loved the area.

Greetings 

Eckhard  

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rostrata is flowering :)

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1 hour ago, akaranus said:

rostrata is flowering :)

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VERY nice :greenthumb::greenthumb:  Lots of good stuff tucked away in there.  Blue walls are a great accent as well.

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there were a couple yucca at a site i was working at which were going to be run over by the skid steer so i dug them up and brought them home last spring... then in the late fall i planted them up north near midland ontario canada 

i went up there yesterday and it looks like they survived the winter! although it was a mild winter...

 

 

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I went to my garden center today and they had Adam’s needle which I’ll plant one out in the front of my house eventually and they had the indoor cane yucca and what not. No rostrata. I have a question so the only available spot for one is the north side of my house which doesn’t receive much son maybe 3-6 hours a day could it grow there? I could probably figure something out and get a new spot. Maybe the space I have in mine gets more sun idk. This is for Adam’s needle 

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 Various Yucca  ..and friends.

Y.  elata


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Y. pallida

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Y.  ....Not 100% sure.  Leaves suggest rostrata, but can't recall seeing them flower at such a short size.  Numerous specimens planted in front of the new Apartments though.

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Hersperaloe funifera

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Yerr' standard red - flowered Hesperaloe parviflora 

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...And some yellows...  First shot is of a clump in a yard i'll be watching for seed later.

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A few more Yucca

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Fouquiera -something??  Not your standard Ocotillo and something  just doesn't look Boojum - enough to my eye..  F. diguetii crossed my mind.  Just a thought though.

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Besides the Alluaudia i mentioned in the " Spring Flowers " Thread, something else you don't see planted much ..if at all... in local yards ..but should many more examples of.   Beaucarnea,  possibly your standard B. recurvata..

Literally the only one i recall seeing outside of what few examples are planted in local Botanical Gardens

Hopefully it will gain some size over the coming years.


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Yucca faxoniana looking good this year, another year or two and should have some visible clear trunk IMG_9975.thumb.jpeg.c43ba69ca727be172fb6b666721409d9.jpeg

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Looks good 👍 

How old is it?

Eckhard 

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