How often should I water Yucca cuttings?
I had Yucca tree that became too long and heavy. After some research I cut the trunk in parts and planted these cuttings in separate pots in hopes that each becomes a tree. The only thing that is not clear to me is how often do you water these cuttings. Mature yucca doesn't like water and I watered it very rarely, but I figure, cuttings must be another story?
Please advise. Thank you!
Douglas Hunt on Jul 01, 2014You'll need to keep the soil moist, not wet, to encourage rooting. A bright but shady spot is best.Helpful Reply
Diana S on Jul 01, 2014Hope you used rooting compound.Helpful Reply
Rosanne on Jul 01, 2014make sure it's only moist and not soggy! It's a desert plantHelpful Reply
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