Yucca Plants

Can Yucca Be Grown From the Seeds?

Fiestyfeline added on January 3, 2013 | Answered

I have been growing most of the plants I have from seed. I have some seeds from a Yucca plant that was at the last place I resided. I also have some seeds from some Rose of Sharon bushes. Can they be started from seed as well?

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Answered on January 4, 2013

Yes, both can be started from seed. However, if you choose to divide a yucca and take cuttings from the althea, you will have a mature, bloomking plant in less time. Take althea cuttings in mid-June, divide yucca at most anytime. These articles on rooting cuttings and seed starting should help:





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