There are 15 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Stem damage or certain environmental conditions seem to promote rhizome development. Once the yucca plant is two or three years old, you may plant it outside in the springtime, following the instructions in the planting outside section.
Divide the plant during repotting or carefully slice away the offset and pot up into a separate container.
The indoor plants usually do not flower.
Some of the seeds should eventually sprout, but this can take anywhere from one month to a full year. Once the seeds have opened up and begun to sprout, prepare individual, small pots with a mixture of equal parts sand and compost. However in a short time the plant should produce new offsets from the cut edge.
This can be caused by Leaf Spot, remove badly affected leaves and spray with a fungicide. You can also cut flower stalks after it dies to encourage flowering furtherly.
Soil and Placement Plant yuccas in full sun, at least eight hours a day. We're constantly growing and sharing knowledge so feel free to Follow Us on Social Media or Bookmark the site. As you dig, you can start lifting up the plant from below with your shovel.
There are some plants that should not be combined with yuccas that spoil the growth of yuccas when planted in your home or garden. These deeper roots can extend more than 20 feet into the ground and can be several inches in diameter.
One word of caution, however: Should I burn off the leaves in the autumn.
Not Helpful 1 Helpful 3. Kokemuller, Jill. Otherwise, simply have this soil ready for later. Planting directly in garden soil is not as effective. Very informative and just what I needed.