ID of a spiky friend please.

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plan b
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Re: ID of a spiky friend please.

Post by plan b » Mon Jun 22, 2009 3:19 pm

cheers for the help everyone, im going to go with yucca recurvifolia, now ive seen Simba's in flower that is identical to mine
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Re: ID of a spiky friend please.

Post by Dave Brown » Mon Jun 22, 2009 4:01 pm

redsquirrel wrote: I had a nice filamentosa flower year before last,last year looked pretty crappe all year then sent suckers up late in autumn.ive chopped the lot up now and got over a dozen new yuccas out of it.the pot was full of them,even sprouting out the holes in the bottom
My first Yucca was filimentosa, and it does not trunk. It just clumps and flowers, and clumps..... etc :roll:
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