One week earlier than last year.
We'll just have to see how it works out.....
I uncovered the other Trachys(Nainital,Waggie,2010
trunk cut Fortunei),they saw worse last year before they were
covered and these are all without damage.
I love having my Nainital uncovered...you can actually
see this one is a palm from the road-LOL
Thinking I will keep the mulch like this(until it's hot),this way all the palms
can be watered at once.
Trunk cut Fortunei in front,2 S.louisiana and a Waggie
that was trimmed by the lazy person who covered it-
in fall...my interest in these drops a little right
around the time I usually need to cover them.
Not a good combination-but hey,I do have a lot to cover(-;
trunk cut Fortunei
Love the blue color on S.Brazoria
My poor little Tesan-
I am looking for a great year from this one.
They actually grow quite fast but this one has pulled like
6 times in 2 1/2 years for various reasons...some already know why )-:
Waggie is tougher this year (-:
This S.McCurtain(little Larrick)was planted a few days ago 0:
Man these grow fast,even with spear-pull 3 years in a row
this thing still has leaves all the way to the ground.
I thought about leaving a skirt but I don't think it's a good idea in this climate-not to mention.
Not bad soil temps for just being uncovered.
Princeps pulled last november but is holding firm and the
last leaf it put out is still healthy,which means rot has not spread and the plant is healthy.
Baby Takil.................... Butia and Washys still covered.
Bonus pic-my new baby agave.....Agave Medio Picta.
If anyone is growing-I would love to see some pics!
This is(IMO)one of the most beautiful Agaves period