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EXTREMELY RARE - LIMITED EDITION!
Yucca harrimaniae 'Nana' is a rare perennial that was just recognized as a species in 1998. It belongs to the "dehiscent fruited species" in the section CHAENOCARPA. This dwarf plant is found naturally in a very small region in the mountains of the Colorado where it thrives in the gravel. Upon maturity it measures 1 foot tall x 1 foot wide and produces pure white flowers atop 36" tall flower spikes. A wonderful selection for the rock garden.
This plant is extremely rare in the wild. You can rest assured that our plants have been cloned in captivity and are not harvested from the small wild population.
MATURE HEIGHT: 12".
MATURE SPREAD: 12".
HARDINESS ZONES: 4,5,6,7.
FLOWER: Early season, infrequent.
SUN EXPOSURE: Full sun to mostly sunny.
SIZE SHIPPED: Classic 3" pot.
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This time of the year these plants are shipped dormant and fully trimmed:
Astilbe, Hibiscus, Phlox.
(others are going dormant and may be shipped trimmed)
*Orders ship free but do incur a $4.99 handling fee.
Orders to the west coast incur added fees.