26/05/19 - ok, this plant has got me stumped - I bought it from a lady at my garden club but she didn’t know the name of it, and lost the label a long time ago. But she is quite a plants woman so I’m guessing it’s something unusual - and that’s confirmed as every time I’ve looked in a garden centre or flower show I’ve never seen anything similar!
It’s an outdoor plant, apparently hardy, and has this strange way the leaves emerge, forming this very triangular like structure. Not seen anything similar in other grassy like plants. I’ve tried to get a pic from diff angles if that helps. Even a Genus would help me in my search, not too worried if no one knows the exact species.
Well, it kinda looks like it but I’ve never known one to be hardy outdoors in the U.K.? 🤔🤷🏼♂️ - but good suggestion @alysha as I’ve not explored the other types of spider plant. Will take a look at some google images of Chlorophytum 👍🏼
Must admit, hadn’t thought of Yucca before, but I’ll certainly have a look 😊👍🏼 - The foliage seemed way too soft for any Yucca I’ve seen before, they feel more grassy paper like. Do you know if Colour Guard is quite spiny or soft? Not heard of that one before @hayleyaj
I should have added that it’s herbaceous by the way. It dies back to the ground every year and comes up again. This is this year’s growth, last years wasn’t much bigger but I didn’t get it from her till late in year as a division, and didn’t see the parent plant around.