[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote Hi YouTube friends, this video is for the Red Yucca, a common plant used in desert landscaping. They produce beautiful pink flower on long stems, popular with hummingbirds. The seeds are large and black. I soak the seeds for 2 days, then place in a large tray with damp seed starting mix. Then cover with plastic wrap and use a heating pad set on low, for about 3-5 days. Smaller pots with Ziploc bags work well also. Then place the tray in a sunny window. Seeds will sprout in 2 weeks or so. Gradually expose the seedlings to dry air, and give partial shade when starting out. Do not let them dry out, as they will perish. Red Yucca are drought tolerant when established. Hope this helps, thanks for watching. Keith in AZ Video Rating: / 5
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