Re: 5 pics from here
Posted by Fred SC on January 6, 2018, 12:11 pm, in reply to "5 pics from here"
DAsylirion wheeleri get very large and grow very fast. They are beautiful but get out of hand quickly unless you give them about 4 or 5 feet on all sides. I dug mine out because it was dominating the entire bed. I will post a reminder. You have seen this picture but to let you see the size. All the Dasylirion species are beautiful. D. leiophyllum is about the prettiest and smaller of the species I think. I got mine about 10 years ago in NM near Truth or Consequences NM growing up thru a crack in the concrete on an exit rap. I stopped, pulled it up, and viola this is what it became..The pictures I show are from 2015. IT got much larger before took it out. In first picture I removed the large Agaves and Dasylirion a well.
NM. on a driving trip to California. IT was just a baby growing out of a crack on an exit ramp near Truth or Cnsequences.
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