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by Bebby on July 18, 2006 05:48 PM
I got some seed pods for red yucca from a friend. They have dried and are now open, (lots of black flat seeds). I don't know what to do with them now! I live in West Texas where they grow everywhere, but no one seems to know what to do with the seeds. I do have a small green house, do I start them in there? Please help!

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by njoynit on July 19, 2006 02:33 AM
you can winter sow it this fall.It'll grow about 3 ft tall 3 ft wide.It will be happier in rich soil.you'll see hummingbirds on it when it flowers for you......something to look forward too.

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by Jimmy V on July 19, 2006 05:12 AM
Bebby When I lived in Odessa (go Mojos) [Big Grin] We planrted some in our front yard by the long drive and they did real well. Where I lived near No Trees soil is not that good as you know but we planted ours with a little potting soil and they did well got pretty big before we left there. BTW had a great nephew went to Lee.

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by Bebby on July 19, 2006 10:52 AM
Thank you enjoynit and Jimmy V! This is the neatest thing to be able to communicate with others about our precious plants! God's blessings rain on you both. xxoo

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