Is this a Yucca tree?

jenraider72June 24, 2012

I had one about 2 summers ago that I couldn't bring inside, so I knew it would most likely not survive. The next season, I did not see anything, as expected. This year, all of a sudden, I saw this coming up around the area where the Yucca was. (This was one bought on major sale at a K-Mart-it wasn't too healthy when I planted it, but watered,used spray n Grow) Anyway, I couldn't think of what it could be, and the only thing it looked like was, possibly, the Yucca. It seems crazy, but we did have a super mild winter. Is it possible? Thanks!

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subtropix

Yes, looks like a Yucca to me. I take it, it was one of the more tropical ones--but looks like it survived--much as my outdoor planted Oleander that overwintered outside and is near flowering now. Was a mild winter.

    Bookmark   June 24, 2012 at 2:09PM
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jenraider72

Thanks so much for responding. Very happy to have someone confirm that it may be the Yucca. I just wonder how big it will get this season. I feel so lucky that it returned and so I figure I should try to dig it up and put it in the garage ,perhaps for this winter season. I don't think I should push my luck and leave it out again. I'll find the room for it somehow. Thanks again.

    Bookmark   June 24, 2012 at 2:50PM
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