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Date Posted: 04:58:23 01/23/07 Tue
Author: Leroy Z7 Staten Island, NY
Subject: Very cold here too
In reply to: Amanda 's message, "Re: Very cold here too" on 16:17:34 01/20/07 Sat


I take the burlap off when it gets above freezing. When I wrap yuccas or palms, it's always loose. As Tony O and john Zone 6b says the crown and the ground below it must stay dry most of the time the first year. The second year if all went OK the first year, the yucca should be established and very little protection will be needed. Here in Staten Island ,NY more & more people are getting Yucca Rostrata, and for the most part the ones that I see on front lawns all look great. And oddly I see no protection on them at all.

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