Hello all, first post here, hope its in the right place
Last year with a lot of trepidation I cut the top off of my huge 18 year old yucca (Yoric) and re rooted it succesfully. I left the big ole ugly stump in its pot, out in the garden all winter. I went to dump it last weekend and found two shoots right at the bottom of the stump (Yorics had babys ), one either side.
Now my question is how do I remove them from the stump? Do I air layer them like I did the origional top, even though they are right on the soil line? can I just cut them out and plant them? Do I hack of the stump below and above and plant that?
I would apreciate any advice you could give, thanks in advance.