We were visiting friends yesterday who have what we think are Yucca glauca. The Mr. is tired of mowing around them, so we took one. I hope to go back and get the rest.
Some years ago, when we were trying to transplant another variety of yucca away from the house (With those massive roots, my husband was afraid they'd grow into the foundation.). Every attempt at transplant failed, yet the roots remaining always brought forth new growth. Later someone told me that you need to let the root toughen by leaving it out for about a week before transplanting. Is this true?
I really like this variety of yucca, so hope this plant survives. I already have two baby Yucca glauca that are slowly growing.
Thank you very much.