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This attractive Yucca is similar to the Yucca rostrata but with wider bright blue-silver ridged leaves. It is native to Mexico, but is hardy enough to survive U K winters, being a hardy perennial to -10C. It is fairly slow growing, reaching around 5m (18ft) over 20 years. It's best planted outside in very well drained soil in full sun or part-shade, or in a container. If grown in a container, protect the plant in the winter as the roots can be vulnerable to frost damage. Growing Easy to grow, requires full sun to partial shade. Hardy. Requires light sandy, well-drained soil. Plant at least 1 metre apart. Suitable for containers. Protect roots from frost damage. High quality fresh seeds.
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Sowing; Sow at any time of year. Sow very thinly on the surface of a moist, free-draining, good seed compost and just cover the seed with sieved compost. Seal in a polythene bag and propagate at 13-15C on a windowsill or greenhouse/coldframe (in summer). Germination should take place in 1-4 months and can be erratic, hence the need to sow thinly so that seedlings can be removed without disturbing the compost too much.
Growing; When the seedlings are large enough to handle, pot up individually into small pots (7-9cm) and grow on in well-ventilated, cooler conditions. Overwinter in a frost free place. When established, gradually acclimatise to outdoor conditions before planting out in late spring, 1.2-2m apart, in a sunny position and well-drained soil.