Also called Small Soapweed Yucca
More About Yucca glauca
- White, bell-shaped flowers on semi-woody stems
- Evergreen leaves are narrow, sword-shaped and gray-blue in colour
- Virtually stemless leaves form a foliage clump at soil level
- Bloom Time: Summer
- Flower Height: 150 cm
- Foliage Height: 80 cm
Yucca glauca (part of the Agave family) is native to central North America, growing from southern Alberta, Canada down to Texas U.S.A. The rosettes that flower will die after the blooms fade and new, side pups quickly sprout to form new plants.
Great Plains Yucca Growing and Maintenance Tips
A bold statement in the landscape, yucca tolerate poor, sandy soils and light shade. They are salt and drought tolerant and removing spent flower stalks will help maintain neatness.
Yucca glauca Characteristics
Average to Dry Soils
Landscape usesRoadside planting