Re: Yucca treculeana from Cactus King
Posted by Fred SC on January 8, 2018, 12:13 pm, in reply to "Yucca treculeana from Cactus King"
Wow, Rob, that is impressive. REminds me of the Yucca I saw along the street in Sanderson, TX some years ago. speaking of vortex. I happened to go around the side of the house and my Opuntia gomei 'Old Mexico' is 90 percent burned, scalded weeping over and ruined. I hope to save the bottom part of the trunk and regrow again. Also the Med Fan is about totally browned out! One of my Trachys has some very dark, look damaged, fronds near the bottom.,top all look ok. Never sen this before!
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