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Hesperaloe parviflora

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Hesperaloe parviflora

red yucca

Agavaceae

Form
woody lily, grass-like
Stems
woody, herbaceous
Foliage
evergreen
Longevity
perennial
Size
5'–7'
Hardiness
hardy
Exposure
full sun
Origin
Texas (Rio-Grande area) & n Mexico
Bed Accession
Number
Date
Received
Received
As
Date
Planted
Size
Planted
Quantity
Planted
Date
Measured
Height
M14 150404 5/4/2015 1 qt 5/28/2015 1 qt 1
MBy xx0631 1 2/24/2004 2'
MBy xx0631 1 2/24/2004 3'
MBy xx0631 1 2/24/2004 3'
X02 090396 5/18/2009 1 gal 5/20/2009 1 gal 1 12/9/2014 1'
X04 xx0632 1 5/20/2014 2'
X04 xx0632 1
Bed
M14
Accession Number
150404
Date Received
5/4/2015
Received As
1 qt
Date Planted
5/28/2015
Size Planted
1 qt
Quantity Planted
1
Bed
MBy
Accession Number
xx0631
Quantity Planted
1
Date Measured
2/24/2004
Height
2'
Bed
MBy
Accession Number
xx0631
Quantity Planted
1
Date Measured
2/24/2004
Height
3'
Bed
MBy
Accession Number
xx0631
Quantity Planted
1
Date Measured
2/24/2004
Height
3'
Bed
X02
Accession Number
090396
Date Received
5/18/2009
Received As
1 gal
Date Planted
5/20/2009
Size Planted
1 gal
Quantity Planted
1
Date Measured
12/9/2014
Height
1'
Bed
X04
Accession Number
xx0632
Quantity Planted
1
Date Measured
5/20/2014
Height
2'
Bed
X04
Accession Number
xx0632
Quantity Planted
1