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Welcome to the plants forum

Posted: 17/02/2013 at 12:37

Thanks Rissa.  My Yucca seems pretty indestructible as it has been in the garden for years now.  The buds are just beginning to open as we have had some sunshine lately, albeit 3 months late!

YUCCA GLORIOSA FLOWERING

Posted: 18/01/2013 at 15:46

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I think this plant is a Yucca Gloriosa (?). It normally buds in September and flowers fully in November (approx 6 weeks) but this year one spike flowered normally but then two more spikes grew to full height with all their buds on but it still hasn't flowered and the weather is above to nosedive.  These are well established plants and look quite tough as they have a thick fibrous covering, even on the buds.  Do you think they will still flower soon, wait until the Spring or die in the bad weather please

Welcome to the plants forum

Posted: 18/01/2013 at 15:44

I thought I had listed in that section.   Howsever, I will try again. Thanks

Welcome to the plants forum

Posted: 16/01/2013 at 00:01

I think this plant is a Yucca Gloriosa (?). It normally buds in September and flowers fully in November (approx 6 weeks) but this year one spike flowered normally but then two more spikes grew to full height with all their buds on but it still hasn't flowered and the weather is above to nosedive.  These are well established plants and look quite tough as they have a thick fibrous covering, even on the buds.  Do you think they will still flower soon, wait until the Spring or die in the bad weather please

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