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Joshua Tree, Yucca Brovolia

More commonly know as Joshua Tree, Yucca brevifolia is native to the dry areas of the United States Southwest Regions, and in the arid areas of Southern California, Utah, Nevada, and Arizona. Although it is a yucca it resembles a tree and is also known as yucca palm, palm yucca, and tree yucca.

Late February through April will be the primary time to watch it flower and in the right conditions they can be fast growing - up to 3inches (7.6cm) a year. Joshua Tree provides food and shelter to small animals and birds.

This Yucca has quite a following from the first people to live in harmony with it, to a small Irish band that named a minor album after it.


Seeds benefit from a 24 hour warm water soak. Sow seeds about a 1/2 inch deep in well draining cactus soil. Cover pot with plastic wrap and a rubber band to keep in heat and moisture. Place in a warm, sunny location, keep soil moist, but not soaking wet. Remove plastic wrap when you have seedlings.

10 seeds

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