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I have Red Yucca seeds available for SASE if anyone would like some. The Red Yucca (hesperaloe parviflora) is a perennial in the agave family, grows in zones 5-10, and is drought tolerant. Mine are in the ground, not sfg or MM. I don't know how they would do in MM. They seem to prefer to be ignored, and can go a long time between waterings. But they are great to plant and forget about in a sunny, windy, dry corner of your property. According to one website on the internet they are found "from Mexico to the mountains in Colorado." The plants will grow slowly for the first year or two, but then grow quickly to full size. Hummingbirds and bees are attracted to the red flowers. I really like these plants, and as they get older they fill in nicely. If you'd like to give them a try, just PM me for my address!
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Please count me in for a few red yucca seeds. Nonna
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