Yucca Cane (Real)
These tough plants are rock stars in a full-sun garden and can stand up to some serious drought. Grown primarily for their showy evergreen foliage, some yuccas put on candelabra-like blossoms. Not only do these plants work well in a dry garden as an architectural accent, but they also make a prized container plant.
- Simply cut off the top portion of a trunk down to the desired size.
- However, this growth can sometimes be unpredictable. At this same time, offsets can be cut away and replanted if desired.
- For stemless rosette types, dead or damaged leaves along the bottom of the plant can be removed at any time to clean up the plant.
- Flower stalks should be cut back to the base after flowering.
4 ft tall - best fits 10" to 12" wide and higher.
6 ft tall - best fits 14" wide and higher.
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