(B-Grade) 60 - 70cm Yucca Elephantipes 21cm Pot House Plant House Plant
(B-Grade) 60 - 70cm Yucca Elephantipes 21cm Pot House Plant House Plant

(B-Grade) 60 - 70cm Yucca Elephantipes 21cm Pot House Plant

Please note, these are B-Grade quality plants and as such will have marks, bruises and tears on the leaves as shown in the photos. The plants in the photos are from this batch of B-Grade Yukka. Yucca Elephantipes, also known...
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(B-Grade) 60 - 70cm Yucca Elephantipes 21cm Pot House Plant House Plant

(B-Grade) 60 - 70cm Yucca Elephantipes 21cm Pot House Plant

£59.99 £49.99

(B-Grade) 60 - 70cm Yucca Elephantipes 21cm Pot House Plant

£59.99 £49.99

Please note, these are B-Grade quality plants and as such will have marks, bruises and tears on the leaves as shown in the photos. The plants in the photos are from this batch of B-Grade Yukka.

Yucca Elephantipes, also known as the Spineless Yucca or Giant Yucca, is a popular houseplant with long, leathery, dark green leaves and a sturdy trunk. Native to Mexico and Central America, it's a drought-tolerant plant that can be a stylish and low-maintenance addition to indoor spaces.

Description:

  • Foliage: Long, sword-like leaves, typically dark green, arch gracefully from the plant's central stalk. They are softer and not as sharp as other Yucca species.

  • Trunk: The plant's trunk (or stem) is thick and somewhat resembles an elephant's foot, hence the name. It can become woody with age.

  • Size: Indoors, it can grow anywhere from 4-8 feet tall, depending on the pot size and ceiling height. However, in its natural habitat, it can reach heights of up to 30 feet.

Care Guide:

  1. Light: Yucca Elephantipes thrives in bright, indirect light but can tolerate some direct sunlight. They can also manage in lower light conditions, but their growth might be slower, and they may lose some of their vibrant green color.

  2. Water: This plant is drought-tolerant. Let the soil dry out between waterings. It's better to underwater than overwater, as the plant's roots can rot in soggy soil.

  3. Humidity: Yucca Elephantipes doesn't require high humidity and is quite tolerant of average indoor humidity levels.

  4. Temperature: They prefer temperatures between 60°F to 75°F (15°C to 24°C). They can tolerate a range of temperatures but try to avoid drastic temperature fluctuations.

  5. Soil: A well-draining potting mix is essential. Consider using a cactus or succulent mix. Ensure the pot has good drainage.

  6. Fertilizer: During the growing season (spring and summer), feed the plant once a month with a balanced liquid fertilizer. Reduce feeding in the fall and winter months.

  7. Pruning: Pruning can help control the plant's size and encourage bushier growth. Cut off older, browning leaves at the base and trim the top if you want to limit its height.

  8. Repotting: Repot the Yucca when it becomes root-bound, usually every 2-3 years. If the plant becomes top-heavy, you might want to consider repotting or providing some form of support.

  9. Pest and Diseases: They are generally pest-resistant, but watch out for scale and spider mites. If infested, treat the plant with insecticidal soap or neem oil.

  10. Toxicity: Yucca Elephantipes can be toxic when ingested, so it's a good idea to keep them away from pets and children.

Yucca Elephantipes plants are relatively easy to care for. They are resilient and can handle a bit of neglect. Just remember that they come from a habitat where water is scarce, so when in doubt, it's always better to err on the side of underwatering.

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