Use Brown Yucca Leaves as Sturdy String

I use the browned leaves on yucca plants to tie up things in the yard such as staking up iris plants or fastening together yard furniture to keep it from blowing away. They are very sturdy and freely available if you have yucca plants. They also look natural and are long enough to be wrapped around two or three times if necessary.

By Donna P. from Fairfield, OH



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