This Yucca plant was bursting with color on the golf course in Texas. It should have a sweet aroma as pretty as it is.
By Ann from Loup City, NE
Oh my my, That is a plant I've been trying to kill for 20 years. It is very invasive here in the south, has the most dangerous needles on the tips of the leaves. I've had my share of bloody incounters. If you know of a way to kill it I would love to know.
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The original does not go out in summer because it is to heavy and tall, 8 feet tall. Very easy and makes your indoor porch look very tropical. This all is so easy.
By Ginger from Woodbury, NJ
What a nice story! I have a plant that we received after my step-son died and I can't keep the dog from eating it. That plant really struggles. (11/10/2008)
Thanks for the post! I think the Yucca will go nicely with my plumeria. Did you know the flowers that bloom off of it are called "Our Lord's Candle"? I have heard the fragrance is lovely as well. (11/10/2008)