1. frostybrown.fsnet.co.uk

    frostybrown.fsnet.co.uk Member

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    I have a mature Yucca [about 10 years old] growning in a large pot on the patio but I want to re-plant in the front garden, minus the pot.

    What is the best time to do this and any advice from experience.

    Thankks,

    frosty
     
  2. Takana_Hana

    Takana_Hana Active Member 10 Years

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    the best time to plant anything is spring, since yuccas are a sun loving plant, plant it in an area that gets alot of sun
     
  3. frostybrown.fsnet.co.uk

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    Thanks for advice and I shall re-plant in the Spring in the area of the front garden that sees the sun from dawn to dusk.

    Thanks for replying,
    Frosty.
     
  4. LPN

    LPN Well-Known Member 10 Years

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    Fall planting is good too. The soil is warm and new roots are sure to set down. Some bone meal in the bottom of the hole will help also.

    Cheers, LPN.
     
  5. oscar

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    I agree with LPN if it's a hardy Yucca, then it stands a better chance in the ground over winter than in its pot. However if its a slightly tender form wait till the spring.....i assume its a plant you have been growing outside in a pot all year round, for the last 10 years......if in doubt of its hardiness post a picture ;)
     

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