Re: Vortex vs desert yuccas
Posted by Rob North Tennessee on January 8, 2018, 1:31 pm, in reply to "Re: Vortex vs desert yuccas"
Good post, Thanks David. My sabal minors always burned and defoliated after a year or so in the ground and then they would harden off and I guess I have been lucky, The vortex have not hurt them.
I had a ligustrum that grew well and used it to shelter a young windmill years ago from the north wind. It grew right along with the windmill palm but the 2003 year of -8F lows (twice in one month) killed it. I was surprised but I guess its not 6a hardy. If they are, it was still too much for it! Thanks!
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