Narrow Leaf Yucca

 

Yucca glauca 

Agavaceae

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Form: Clump or rosette
Seasonality: Evergreen
Size: 4 feet high and wide

Leaves; Stiff, 2 feet long by 2 inches wide, grey/green edged with a hairline of white and a few threads

Flowers: 2.5 inches, white on 3 foot stalks in spring or early summer
Fruit: Seed
Stems/Trunks: n/a
Range/Origin: Native from Texas, New Mexico to S. Dakota
Hardiness: Sunset Zones; 113

Comments: Low litter, Sharp tips

 

CULTURAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Exposure: Full sun
  • Water: Low
  • Soil: Sandy, well drained soil
  • Propagation: Seed
  • Maintenance: Minimal

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