I have some Yucca plants that I've previously pruned, as I only wish to have leaves at the top of the plant. Where I pruned lower down the trunk, leaves have now regrown. Is there something I can do to the trunk where I've pruned to prevent leaf regrowth without damaging the actual plant or its growth? Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thank you. Steve
Routine pruning is the only way to keep that area defoliated.
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