Re: Tim's Yuccas - 1 yr old from germination - Appalachian grown - 3 pics
Thanks Tim for the encouragement and also glad to see you had one to root for now. (ie confederate rose hibiscus - My three original plants (in the ground) have returned and one is almost 2 feet tall after a z6b/z7a low low low.
Im hopeful they will be hardy for us. Actually winter takes them to the ground in z8 in winter.
Yes after reading your reply I went out to examine them again and took them to my Rostrata blue sapphire (which is mostly green) and the fronds on the constricta X filamentosia x rostrate were very similar and half of them were a dark green color and the others were lighter in color.
Is this possible?
The Tennessee Big Bloom X filamentosia x rostrata looked rather upright and stiff as did the Pocono hybrids but a few of those had floppy fronds. I know this isnt possible but they all looked like they had a 1/2 pusedo-trunk going on, hahaha hormones hormones, likely just fast growth as we have had a couple of months of 80* temps thrown in with chilly days and some rain.
Thanks Tim. I wanted to share some of the Poconos with some Pocono friends on the little forum and some here and there with a promise to document as they grow (if possible) I know I will.