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Unique (April–June, 2016)

Pat Albright

Unique Theta Groundwork Part 2

Dave Albright

Unique Theta Groundwork Part 1

Holly Lake, Hawkins, Texas USA

9 June 2016 10.21a Central Texas Time UTC-6

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Yuccas come in enough varieties that almost any yard can include a species or two to good effect. There are small yuccas that are a foot or two high and large yuccas that grow up to 25 feet tall. There are yuccas with hard dagger-like leaves and yuccas with soft pliable leaves. For our climate most yuccas are sufficiently cold-hardy, and they are evergreen so they stand out in a winter landscape.

This White Yucca had a bloom stem at least 10 feet (3.5m) high. So high that it fell over to create an arch above the ground placed Theta camera. Only 1 white bloom still lives mid point on the arch.
Native Plant Society of Texas



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Lat: 32° 42' 41.18" N
Long: 95° 11' 38.15" W

Elevation: 425 feet (131 m) above Mean Sean Level

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Precision is: High. Pinpoints the exact spot.


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