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Beaked Yucca

Full sun. Evergreen. An attractive tree-form yucca. Many sources consider it simply a branching variety of the popular Big Bend Yucca (rostrata). Thin blue-gray leaves grow in a cluster, later [...]

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Giant Yucca

Sun. Evergreen, with an upright rosette of yucca-like leaves up to 6 feet long. It resembles Spanish dagger, but the leaves are soft, easily folding when touched. Clouds of wispy fibers envelope [...]

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Twistleaf Yucca

Small and evergreen, with twisting straplike leaves and creamy white flower spikes between May and July. Twist-leaf yucca is a hardy native that tolerates thin shady soils and requires no care [...]

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Soft-leaf Yucca

An evergreen mound lily, with soft bluish weeping foliage that can be used around walkways in gardens. Pendulous, cream-colored bloom stalks appear in summer.\n\nIt tolerates more moisture than [...]

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Pale-leaf Yucca

Morning sun or light shade. The pale, bluish foliage makes a striking specimen in a shady landscape, with cream-colored bloom stalks in spring.\n\nPale-leaf is generally more drought tolerant [...]

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