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Yucca queretaroensis, 7 years, starting square leaves

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€250.00

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Yucca queretaroensis, 7 years, starting square leaves

3 Ltr. pot.

Starting trunk ± 5 cm, measured till the Apex.

Plant height ± 55 cm.

Total height ± 75 cm.
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Yucca queretaroensis


Yucca queretaroensis is generally considered to be one of the most beautiful types of yucca and is native to Mexico.

The leaves are jagged and have a bright green colour, they are only 2 mm thick (and thus the narrowest of all yucca varieties) and 50-60 cm long.
They form an almost perfect rosette: a fantastic, almost constantly moving green ball.
Only when the plant has flowered - with a flower stem around 60-90 cm long - can the perfect ball get into disarray. Then it can take up to two years for a new crown to form. The plant blooms between April and June, depending on the altitude and location. The flowers are white to cream in colour, like most yucca species.
The plants can reach a height of 2-3.5 m.
The trunk is covered with dead, dry leaves. Because its place of origin is quite high, the Yucca queretaroensis will not be harmed at temperatures of -15 ° C. However, we have not had much experience with it in the European climate. Because it is a very rare species, we advise you not to take any chances.

Looks very similar to the green Yucca linearifolia with thin leaves.
These species are difficult to distinguish from one another, so we give some hints on how to identify them in adult specimens below.
The simplest thing is to bend the sheet around your finger.
One leaf of the Yucca linearifolia is triangular (flat above) and is pliable.
The leaf of the Yucca queretaroensis, on the other hand, is square and cannot be bent without damage.

Additional Information

Specie Yucca queretaroensis
Pot size: 3 ltr.
Min. temperature: -10 / -15°C
The plant on the picture is what you buy no
Delivery package (or pick up)
Price: €250.00
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