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Buckley’s Yucca

Yucca constricta

Buckley's Yucca

About This Plant

Sun. Evergreen and ornamental, with stiff, sharp yucca leaves up to 2′ long. Five-foot panicles of cream-colored flowers appear in late spring. Buckley’s yucca is extremely drought hardy on local hillsides, making a great specimen in full sun. Deer eat the fruit and moths are attracted to the nectar.

Origins: Texas.

Maintenance

None required. Deer may eat the flower stalks.

A native accent for any dry area.

Min. Height: 1'

Max Height: 3 feet'

Min. Width: 1'

Max Width: 3 feet'

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