Notice to amateurs or yuccas specialists,
I recently bought a hybrid yucca that I bought in a 12 liter pot recently on the net. It is a yucca filamentosa x yucca rostrata (blue swan), result of a French hybridization. According to the seller, this yucca would be unique in Europe, withstand -25 ° C and above all is sold as tree but I'm not sure. Do you think that with age, this hybrid yucca could really form a trunk like yucca rostrata?
Here are 3 photos that I posted on another forum:
http://www.fousdepalmiers.fr/html/forum ... 84&t=23554
In advance, thank you very much for your answer,
Discuss anything about yuccas here.
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Hello Yucca 80... I have both of Fred Julien's hybrids and other hybrids as well. A member who used to post on here regularly Tim Beehan has a fine specimen produced from seed by Benny Jensen in Denmark. As the seed produced is on the filamentosa plant it is unlikely to produce a trunk similar to yucca rostrata. Here's a link http://growingontheedge.net/viewtopic.php?p=83489
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