Popular, tall Yucca
One of the largest and most popular Yuccas, this species from northeastern Mexico can reach a height of about 10m (30 feet) tall. The massive trunks are tall and solitary at first and start branching with age. The rigid leaves form a compact crown.
Yucca filifera will tolerate light to moderate frosts (to -8C) and is best suited to warm temperate/subtropical areas.
|Hardiness||Protect below -7°c |
|Watering||Likes dry conditions|
|Sun||Prefers sunny conditions|
|Comes from||NE. Mexico|