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What plant is this?

comments (4) January 23rd, 2013 in gallery
hemidancer hemidancer, member
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These plants are growing at a marina in Northern Virginia.  They look tropical, but they do not look like true monocots.  Any idea what kind of plant they are?



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tntreeman writes: looks like Yucca rostrata to me Posted: 7:24 pm on February 26th
DaleHarvey writes: Good work Antonio! Yucca baileyi var. navajoa
Related to Joshua Trees of the North American southern deserts Posted: 7:46 pm on February 18th
southernsoil writes: Could it be Nolina nelsoni?
Posted: 11:15 am on February 8th
Antonio_Reis writes: Hi hemidancer! Our editors think this is a very old yucca. Hope that helps. Posted: 9:12 am on January 24th
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