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Yucca Clone Rings

Plants in the Mojave Desert

The Mojave yucca, (yucca schidigera) can sprout from seeds when fertilized by the yucca moth, or can clone itself by rhizome extension producing copies of its DNA within the sprouts. Yucca rings can be as large as 20 feet in diameter and have up to as many as 130 stalks. Rings as rare as these are thought to be at least 2,100 years old.


source - BLM
This is actually considered one plant instead of the many it appears to be.

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