Q.How To Care For Giant Spanish Dagger After Frost Damage
I am in central Texas and this past winter was nothing like I can ever remember. We have a rather large Giant Spanish Dagger and a lot of the leaves are still in tact with some yellowing. On one particular side, middle, towards top, the leaves just pull off with a light tug. Most are green but still just pull off. Should I pull off all the ones that are loose? I have trimmed the leaves at the base that were yellow. It is over 20 years old and I want to save it. Even if it doesn’t look good for now. I just want to know the proper way to trim it without distressing it further.
Certified GKH Gardening Expert
You did the right thing removing the yellowed leaves at the base. This article should help: