Yucca glauca (Soapweed Yucca, Soapweed, Great Plains Yucca)

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Yucca glauca is a tropical plant that belongs to the agave family. It has woody stems and long, thin leaves that grow in rosettes at the ends of stems or branches. It's popular because of its lovely leaves. The rosette's terminal features a conspicuous blossom stem. It is a southwestern...
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Yucca glauca is a tropical plant that belongs to the agave family. It has woody stems and long, thin leaves that grow in rosettes at the ends of stems or branches. It's popular because of its lovely leaves. The rosette's terminal features a conspicuous blossom stem. It is a southwestern US native that thrives on dry, rocky soil. Dry rocky soils are its native habitat, and it may be found in short grass prairies and desert grasslands. Considered decumbent, which is a plant with a part of its extremities curling upward and resting on the ground. This Yucca cultivar is one of the species' most cold-hardy and landscape-ready varieties.

Botanical Name : Yucca glauca

Common Name : Soapweed Yucca, Soapweed, Great Plains Yucca

Height : 20 ft

Spread : 10 ft

Germination Info : Germination info: Seed requires a warm water treat and cold stratification 21-30 days. Warm water from tap, do not use simmering or almost boiling water

Hardiness zone : 4-8

Other info : Germination may be within 2-3 weeks but seed not properly stratified may continue to germinate in the seed bed over a 1-2 year period

Average seed per ounce : Approx. 1375

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