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As a comment about Red Yucca (Hesperaloe parviflora 'Coral Glow'), Marilyn wrote:

Hesperaloe 'Coral Glow' is a recently new introduction of High Country Gardens and is an exclusive HCG plant. This is another beautiful Hesperaloe plant to grow for its beauty, as well as for attracting hummingbirds. If it could be grown as a large container plant, I'd grow it, because I have wild rabbits year-round and they would regard it as another choice plant to munch in my yard.
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Airborne1888
Jan 2, 2017 9:38 AM CST
Is there some reason why this can not be grown in a large planter?
I live in Canada and am trying to figure out a way to get this plant. Since the plant is sterile it produces no seed and companies in the US won't ship plants across the border, I am at a loss as to how to acquire them. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks
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Marilyn
Jan 2, 2017 7:59 PM CST
@Airborne1888

Welcome! Welcome!

This is a High Country Gardens exclusive introduction and if they don't ship outside the US, I don't know. Sorry I can't help.

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