Does any one have Beschorneria yuccoides in flower
spike and could like to swap some pollen?
Last year mine flowered and did not self pollinate
so I hope to get seed this year by usining another
Flower spike about 6ft now and opening fast. Seems
a shame not to go down the seed route.
Any help appreciated.
You are showing your vast ignorance again, broccoli.
Beschorneria yuccoides is a Mexican species allied to Agave that is grown
outdoors in the southwestern US and in greenhouses in colder areas. Pollen
can be mailed from the US to Britian with no problems.
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It grows outdoors in the far south-west of the UK, in west Cornwall
(and the Isles of Scilly of course). The local council grow it as
Can also be grown outdoors in inner London, I believe.
Hi Janet and Chris,
Thanks for your input.
I always seem to get the best responses from the
friendly USA, so have been posting widely.
Thanks for the uk.rec gardenening suggestion.
I understand Beschorneria yuccoides is hardy to
minus 10degree centigrade.
So that incudes quite a bit of the UK. Anywhere
London no problem, south coast no problem and
probably upto Midlands too.
The parent plant where my division came from is a
multi crowned clump about 15ft across.
growing in Hampshire.
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