Re: Hardy tropical looking plants - game changers
Posted by Rob North Tennessee on January 6, 2018, 7:57 pm, in reply to "Re: Hardy tropical looking plants - game changers"
Kevin you are correct and thanks for reporting on this. That yucca can go to 10* but there are two others (shown farther below) that can go to 0* Another look at Agave 'Boutin Blue' and a companion plant 2 blue Agaves that can go down to 0*
Agave parri var. trunkcata 'huntington' All agaves grown in the east need to be specially installed with fast draining soil and preferable on a slight grade.
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