Yucca is both indoor and outdoor decoration plant. There are about 50 species of the genus Yucca from the Asparagacee family.
The homeland of all species is North America and Central America. Yucca species are very similar to each other. In nature, they usually grow in warm, arid, barren areas. They are resistant to sun, heat and thirst. Also they resistant to winter cold.
Yucca blooms very showy. They blooms turn upwards bunch of flowers. Flower stalk may sometimes rise 1 or 2 meters.
Yucca can be grown easily in the gardens , in the parks is very easy to maintain.
Yucca maintenance for indoors
- All yucca species are sun lovers . It is important to note that the Yucca sould receives direct sunshine. If it does not receive sunshine, it will rot. In the same time Yucca should be protected from excessive sun in order to be more elegant in offices and halls.
- If you want to grow Yucca indoor in the flowerpot soil should be dry and airy. The soil must be tightened so that the heavy body can stand upright.
- It should be watered with chlorine-free water. Chlorinated water may damage the plant. If the soil stays wet for a long time, Yucca begins to rot. During the winter, the soil should be watered in small amount. In summer, when the half of soil is dry, then should be watered.
- Between May and October, once a month, plant vitamins should be given with water
- Yucca can easily create side branches. Be sure to be in a cool and breezy environment when pruning. so pruned areas easily dry with wind. If pruned areas do not dry quickly, it may get plant disease from pruned areas. The best time for pruning is mid-spring and early summer
- You can sow pruned branches directly on the ground. Be sure the pruned branches to stand for a few days to dry and then sow them.
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