Friday, July 11, 2014
We have been gardening on his plot of land for 22 years. Many years ago a yucca plan tucked away in a dark corner of our garden bloomed. It was a one-time event and we never expected to see the yucca again—after all they’re supposed to be sun-lovers.
It was too big to move, so we just accepted it as a foliage plant--and the foliage is impressive. But for some unaccountable reason, this year the yucca decided to bloom.
The conditions haven’t changed; it’s still in deep shade. So how account for this? Anyone out there with an explanation?