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Yucca brevifolia

Classification

Order: Liliales
   Family: Agavaceae
            Genus: Yucca
                        Specie: Yucca brevifolia

Planting Season: Evergreen

Height at Maturity: 30-40 ft (9-12 m)

Cultivation: Well-drained loamy soil

Features: Gray or orange-brown bark; straight narrow leaves; unpleasant smelling greenish flowers in spring

Uses: Dry gardens Tubs Architectural plant for vertical accent Courtyards

Zones: 7?10

Description: Native to the area from California to southwest Utah in the USA, this yucca will grow to 30?40 ft (9?12 m) high and has a branching habit. The bark is gray or orange-brown and forms plates. Its leaves are straight and narrow with finely toothed edges. In

Growth Habit: Branching habit

Comments: Slow growing and difficult to cultivate







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