The yucca rigida shows some signs of damage but I'm hoping it will make a nice rebound with summer and some better growing conditions.
This yucca rostrata seems really healthy. But what is with all the rostratas being planted below the level of soil/mulch in their pots? I really don't get this. I feel as though it will encourage people to transplant it the same way. hmmmm? I have not come up with a name, any suggestions?
I guess I should consider this phase one part A of my dry bed project. I realized something very important. I simply could not enlarge this space before revamping the existing garden space. That would just feel wrong. Believe it or not, all that was here was a small bunch of iris and some baby yucca filamentosa weeds.
All this planting had me inspired. That and seeing danger garden's rhodo removal transformation I grabbed the saw and attacked an ugly rhodo.
And what's better is I had a 32% off coupon for a nursery I just discovered by chance the other day. And they are open late to boot! A couple hours later and a really bizarre palm tree packing job and this monster palm came home. It will have to wait a couple of days to get planted but I'm pretty excited.
It's hard to tell, but this palm is around 7-8 feet to the top of the fronds in its nursery pot.