Yucca "Aloifolia" 10 Seeds
THIS TYPE HAS SHARP SWORD LIKE GREYISH GREEN LEAVES EACH 60CM LONG. THE FLOWERS ARE CARRIED IN AN UPRIGHT SPIKE UP TO 60CM LONG. EACH BELL SHAPED FLOWER IS WHITE.
Quick Yucca Plant Growing Guide
Common Names: Yucca: Pale; Spineless; Spoonleaf; Palm; Banana. Adam’s Needle, Soapweed, Joshua Tree, Ghosts in the graveyard, Spanish Bayonet, Spanish Dagger, Palma China, Datil.
Life Cycle: Hardy perennial. Half hardy perennial.
Height: 12 to 120 inches (30 to 300 cm).
Flowers: Middle of summer through to autumn.
Flower Details: White, cream. Droopy. Soap like fragrance.
Foliage: Evergreen. Rosettes. Sword-like. Sharp.
Sow Outside: Seeds: Cover. Spring. Can be planted singly; between 18 to 60 inches (45 to 150 cm) depending upon species size.
Sow Inside: Germination time: one month to one year. Temperature: 65 to 75°F (18 to 24°C). Towards the end of winter or the start of spring. Grow seedlings indoors for two years. Transplant outdoors in the spring, once night-time temperatures do not fall below 45°F (7°C).
Requirements and Yucca Plant Care: Full sunlight. Good drainage. Can survive in dry and poor soils. Soil pH 5.5 to 7.5. Caution always wear protective, preferably chain mail or similar gloves when caring for Yucca Plants. Tidy leaves up to stop from becoming scruffy. Propagate: by planting offsets or from root cuttings.
Miscellaneous: Leaves can be very sharp, think seriously about the safety of children and animals before growing yucca in the garden. Yucca plants bloom at night. The plants have mutualistic relationship with the Yucca moth, which acts as a pollinator and lays eggs in the Yucca plant. Other Lepidoptera that are attractive to these plants include the Yucca, Ursine and Strecker’s Giant Skipper. Red Yucca (Hesperaloe parvifolia) is not a true yucca, but is actually a member of the Agave family.
How to Grow Yucca
The Yucca plant has large, stiff, and sword like rosette leaves, are a genus of perennial trees and shrubs from the family Asparagaceae, and are contained within the subfamily Agavoideae.
Plants are native to dry and hot parts of South, Central and North America, and the Caribbean, and are currently one of the main gardening trends in the United Kingdom when it comes to landscaping and home garden plants.
There are nine species and 24 subspecies of Yucca, and their distribution covers a vast area of Central and North America.
Yuccas have adapted to a vast range of ecological and climatic conditions as is demonstrated by its distributional spread from the Gulf of Mexico to the drier central states such in Alberta in Canada, and through to the inland neighboring states and the Atlantic coastal.
Plants are found in badlands and rocky deserts, in grassland and prairies, in light woodland, in mountainous regions, in semi-temperate and subtropical zones and even in coastal sands (Yucca filamentosa); though these areas are generally arid to semi-arid.
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