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Old 20-03-2003, 06:08 PM
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Default yucca plants---will they grow or survive if planted outdoors?

It all depends on which Yucca it is you allude.

The common Yucca flaccida/Yucca filamentosa cultivars will not only survive,
they will form clumps so deep rooted you will never be able to eradicate
them.

The shrubby Yucca gloriosa, Y.recurvifolia and Y.aloifolia should also do
well.

The tropical Yucca elephantipes you can forget growing outdoor for long in
Georgia.


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saw some yucca plants today and they look good. i dont want to keep them in
pots however i want to plant them in my front yard. will these plants live?
im in atlanta.
thanks




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Old 20-03-2003, 06:56 PM
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Default yucca plants---will they grow or survive if planted outdoors?

the ones i saw was in a pot with one tall and one short. they had a =
brown long bark with the long sharp leaves at the top.


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It all depends on which Yucca it is you allude.
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The common Yucca flaccida/Yucca filamentosa cultivars will not only =

survive,
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eradicate
them.
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The shrubby Yucca gloriosa, Y.recurvifolia and Y.aloifolia should also =

do
well.
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The tropical Yucca elephantipes you can forget growing outdoor for =

long in
Georgia.
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saw some yucca plants today and they look good. i dont want to keep =

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pots however i want to plant them in my front yard. will these plants =

live?
im in atlanta.
thanks
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Old 20-03-2003, 07:32 PM
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Subject: yucca plants---will they grow or survive if planted outdoors?
From: "Cereoid+10+"


The common Yucca flaccida/Yucca filamentosa cultivars will not only survive,
they will form clumps so deep rooted you will never be able to eradicate them.

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Amen, brother!





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Old 21-03-2003, 02:56 AM
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Default yucca plants---will they grow or survive if planted outdoors?

"HI HI-" wrote:

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saw some yucca plants today and they look good.
i dont want to keep them in pots however i want to plant them
in my front yard. will these plants live? im in atlanta.


What species?



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