Re: Yucca angustissima ssp. kanabensis x "Jensen Hybrid" # 1823 (filamentosa X arkansana (stiff narrow l
Thanks Tim, I did not use the preview, so I had not noticed it.
On the photo from 2011 you can see some other Yucca hybrids.
The nearest to the Yucca angustissima ssp. kanabensis x "Jensen Hybrid" # 1823 (filamentosa X arkansana (stiff narrow leaves), is a elata hybrid, I will have to check what the other parent is, and make a closer photo for you.
The small plant in front, almost surrounded by a Jovibarba cultivar, is a Yucca nana, but it did not come up this year, I hope that there are some rhizome left in the ground.
The plant with the wavy leaves is a hybrid of Yucca 'Bright Edge' x rupicola (Texas, Kerr Co.), it's very promising and seems to thrive in our climate. it almost looks as a real rupicola, with the same special green color and the twisting-waving behavior of the leaves.
Have a nice weekend