Vortex vs desert yuccas
Posted by Rob North Tennessee on January 8, 2018, 10:26 am, in reply to "Yucca treculeana from Cactus King"
An inspection of Y.elata and Y.rostrata is showing a little stress as are rhododendrens and other hardy evergreen bushes and plants but all will live.
Vortex 1 not only took out all the big palms here it also took out a 15 year old bull Needle Palm and a 12 year old Y.elata. The Y.elata sent up pups and they have had unbelievable growth.
I sent one to Terry-NJ and I think his is doing well also. Sadly, many plants cant withstand Vortex weather during long durations. Thankful this latest one has moved on.
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