I had some yucca plants incorporated into my landscape in mid December. Since planting, however, the crown and leaves have all started drooping and turning yellow. I'm not sure what to do. Can you help?
It sounds like they are suffering from transplant shock. This article will help you:
I have lots of side shoots on my Yucca. Each time I pull them off, they grow back. Today I cut them off. Should I put anything on the cuts to stop further growth. They are becoming a problem.
Yucca is very difficult to eradicate. However, if you wish to get rid of the plant, cut it down as close to the ground as possible and then paint the fresh cut with concentrated Round-Up. Keep an eye on it and if you see any shoots, you'll have to repeat this process. This article will provide additional information: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/ornamental/foliage/yucca/removing-yucca.htm
I have a yucca plant in my garden and was wondering if the cold weather has damaged it because all the new leaves and old leaves are soft and falling off. and the top of the plant is soft and gooyee
Yes, it does sound like the cold has damaged it. It can regrow from the stem or roots if they are still alive. This article will help you determine that:
I have a lot of yucca cuttings, all with green tops. Should they be planted immediately or should I wait to plant them after the cut has dried a bit?
Allow the cut to dry out a bit before planting. This will help prevent rot.
After two very cold snowy winters the leaves on my yucca are hanging off. Can it be revived?
You will need to determine if it is still alive. This article will help you with that:
If it is still alive, it will regrow, though the shape may be different.
Also, this article may help you protect it in the future if it is still alive:
Should yucca be planted in sun or partial sun?
Yucca plants may be placed in areas of partial sun but the majority thrive well in full sun.
Just want you to know the yucca has all dead leaves on it. Can I just take them off not causing any problems to the plant? Will it still grow? Many thanks.
yes it's fine, you can remove them it won't cause any problems. they should be removed anyway, just cut them off as close to the trunk as possible :)