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Hardy Outdoor Yucca Gloriosa Variegated 4 litre

Hardy Outdoor Yucca Gloriosa Variegated 4 litre

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Yucca Gloriosa Variegata 4 Litre - By Charellagardens
Yucca Gloriosa Variegata 4 Litre - By Charellagardens Yucca Gloriosa Variegata 4 Litre - By Charellagardens
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Quick Overview

Winter hardy outdoor Yucca Plant, planted in a 4 litre/20cm Pot

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
20cm - 40cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
4 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
40cm
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
White
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Medium
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Gloriosa Variegata is a medium to large sized single-stemmed evergreen shrub it has stiff, spine-tipped leaves striped and edged creamy-yellow. Bell-shaped cream flowers in broad panicles can reach upto 2m in height and appear in late summer through autumn.

Yucca Gloriosa is a stunning variegated architectural plant, green sword like leaves are edged in creamy yellow. Its an absolute must for any tropical themed or Mediterranean type garden, its fully hardy and looks equally good in the pot or ground.. They thrive in well drained, moderately fertile soil. and like full sun. Its a great choice for seaside and city gardens.

What to expect: Your plant will be planted in a 4 litre/20cm and will have a size inclusive of approximately 40cm

Rhs Award of Garden Merit

Planting Position: Full sun through to light partial shade.

Soil. Very adaptable plant will tolerate a wiide range if soils even very sand in a moist well drained postion.

Suitable for container planting. Yes ideal for both ground and container.

Eventual heigh and spread: Upto 2.5 metres with a smiliar spread. with a flower height upto 2 metres.

Growth speed: Medium, will take anywhere between 10 and 15 years to reach full height..

Growth Habit: Upright

Flowering Period: Yucca produce bell shaped tall creamy flowers emerge from the centtre and vertically to 2 metres high mid summer to autumn.

Pruning: Remove dead flower stalk when flowering has ceased.

Foliage: Sharp sword shaped green leaves are edged in a creamy white border.

Hardiness: Fully hardy -10

Try adding sand or coarse grit to the planting hole to help drainage. If pot planting we recommend you use a good quality soil based compost mixed with course grit and stand the pot on feet to help drainage. 

If growing on a busy patio - or near a walkway, the 'dagger' sharp points of the leaves can be clipped with shears. Sounds horrific, but may be necessary for safety when mature. Spanish Dagger is the type of plant that needs its own space where it can show off.