Slow growth to 10', but can eventually reach 24'.
Sharp, pointed leaves 2 1/2" long & 2" wide with
dark green coloring. Resembles Yucca baccata.
Succulent white flowers are abundant on terminal spikes in
spring above foliage. New Mexico & Texas into Mexico.
Sun. Drought tolerant but needs good drainage.
Dramatic large clumping yucca. A Brewster County Texas
native at 2000'. It is tree like, has a rigid spiky
asymmetrical untidy appearance. Leaves usually yellowish
green but some blue green.