The main trunk continues to grow after the bloom stalk has been lopped off.
Top lopped off portion of the plant, rerooted. Notice the bending leaves, indicitive of weeping yucc
New branch on the previously lopped off main trunk.
New sprouts from the bulbs that were collected during transplanting.
Soft-tip yucca survives after not so gentle transplanting.
moved and replanted on August 9, 2004. picture taken August 21, 2004. about 2 years old.
plants growing in Los ANgeles arboretum (flash makes rain drops look like bugs- no bugs, though)
flowers in October
Buds in mid-winter, Late January, zone 9a.
Bloom in late winter/early spring, zone 9a/9b, mid February
Weeping Yucca getting ready to flower
Growing from a broken and discarded tuber piece.
Top view of center.
This yucca is in my garden (in Hungary, Europe), it's after blooming. You can see it's new sprout.
This is the same plant in 2003.
Originally added to the PF on Jun 22, 2004.
Originally added to the PF on Jun 22, 2004. New branches sprouting from the truncated trunk.
Photo originally added to the PlantFiles on Feb 18, 2005. Bloom in late winter/early spring, zone 9a/9b, mid February
A rare big snow event in Beaverton, Oregon on this yucca recurvifolia.
Los Angeles arboretum
Plant in late July. Washington, Utah, United States
Exposed rhizome. South Jordan, Utah, United States