Identification: House tree Please help me identify

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by GBCPL, Apr 11, 2005.

  1. GBCPL

    GBCPL New Member

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    Hello,

    I have recently purchased this tree from a local retailer but it had no ifo in it or on it on what it may be, and in an effort to find out how exactly to care for it i am attaching a photo of it so maybe one of u may help me so i dont manage to kill it when i repot it . Thanks much in advance, and please if you have a guess at it either post here or email me directly at ericandjo@sbcglobal.net.

    Thanks Again
    Eric
     

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  2. Junglekeeper

    Junglekeeper Esteemed Contributor 10 Years

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    Could it be another yucca?
     
  3. Marn

    Marn Active Member 10 Years

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  4. That looks like the same palm I just purchased yesterday. Mine is called a Yucca Cane. I hope that helps. I am finding out right now that it is hard to find information on it. I am sure there is other names for it. Mine does say water regurlar and light is indirect light. That is all I know I hope it helps. My email is Missminime1234@yahoo.com
     
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    Marn Active Member 10 Years

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    here is some info on it .

    Place your Yucca in direct sunshine for at least one half day for optimum growth. They'll also survive in very bright indirect light... but the plant will shed lower leaves. Yucca is a succulent type plant not requiring large amounts of water. When potted in larger containers allow the soil to dry down about 3 to 4 inches from the surface between waterings. Plants potted in smaller containers should be allowed to dry 1 to 2 inches. A plant that is kept to wet or in to low of light will develop circular black spots on the foliage. Feed bi-monthly. Propagation is difficult.

    good luck

    Marn
     

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