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Article: Introduction to Yuccas: Yuccas Agavaceas Dracaenas Cordyline

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Noturf
Marquesas Islands
Polynesia (French)

June 8, 2009
10:14 AM

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This article is one of the best researched I have read here. These plants from my three
decades experience have a perfect architecture, rarely get diseases, and are easy on maintenance.
I am sick and tired of LAWNS and PALMS, particularly the abuse of the second in every
installation. I believe Yuccas could create that kind of "tropicalism" that the uninitiated in
maintenance would appreciate in aesthetics and avoiding headaches of
seeds and huge fronds of any PALM in our city context and environment.
Congratulations for such deep research and information.

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