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Plants Matching yucca

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Adam's Needle, Color Guard Adam's Needle, Color Guard Yucca)

The beautiful variegated foliage of 'Color Guard' really stands out in the garden. Its dense clusters of sharp, lance-shaped leaves are green with a central yellow stripe. The yellow stripe is wide and retains its color all season, even in the intense summer sun.

Adam's needle is a large, clump-forming evergreen perennial that originates from the Central and eastern United States and Canada. It forms large rosettes of sharp, upright, strap-like leaves and spreads over time to form new rosettes...

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James H. Schutte

(Adam's Needle, Garland's Gold Adam's Needle, Garland's Gold Yucca)

The beautiful variegated foliage of ‘Garland's Gold’ makes a bold statement in the garden. Its dense clusters of sharp lance-shaped leaves are green to gray-green with a central yellow stripe.

Adam's needle is a large, clump forming evergreen perennial that originates from the Central and eastern United States and Canada. It forms large rosettes of sharp, upright, strappy leaves and spreads over time to form new rosettes of foliage at its base. Each rosette produces a tall, upright, branched...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Adam's Needle, Ivory Tower Adam's Needle)

Ivory Tower Adam's needle is a clump forming evergreen perennial that originates from the central and eastern United States and Canada. This plant has has dense clusters of sharp, medium green to gray-green, lance-shaped leaves that look super all season. In the summer, it bears tall upright flower stalks that become covered with dense clusters of ivory bell-shaped blooms tinged with green. Its flowers are fragrant at night and attract moths.

Tolerant of heat, drought, harsh sun and sandy soils,...

Image of Yucca filamentosa

Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Adam's Needle, Variegated Adam's Needle)

The beautiful variegated foliage of this popular yucca makes a bold statement in the garden. Its dense clusters of sharp lance-shaped leaves are green to gray-green and edged in ivory. In winter, the leaves often become tinged with pink.

Adam's needle is a large, clump forming evergreen perennial that originates from the Central and eastern United States and Canada. It forms large rosettes of sharp, upright, strappy leaves and spreads over time to form new rosettes of foliage at its base. Each...

Image of Yucca flaccida photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Needle Palm)

The oddly named “needle palm” is not a true palm but a stemless, clump-forming, evergreen Yucca with sword-shaped leaves and upright panicles of fragrant white flowers that appear in summer. This native of the southeastern United States forms spiky rosettes that slowly spread by underground stems, or stolons.

The long, sword-shaped, gray-green to blue-green leaves of needle palm have hairy filaments along the edges. The lower leaves are flaccid, often flopping and resting on the ground,...

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James H. Schutte

(Golden Sword Needle Palm, Needle Palm)

Golden Sword palm (not a true palm) is a stemless clumping succulent with sword-like yellow and green leaves and fragrant white flowers. This native of the southeastern United States spreads by underground stems, or stolons. Its long slender green leaves have a central yellow stripe. The lower leaves are flaccid, often flopping and resting on the ground. The fragrant, drooping and bell-shaped white flowers adorn a tall spike in summer.

Needle palm should be given full sun, but tolerates partial...

Image of Yucca glauca photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Soapweed Yucca)

No matter where you live, this yucca is probably cold hardy because it maintains a larger northern geographic distribution than other Yucca species. Soapweed yucca can be found throughout much of the west, from New Mexico and Texas north to the far reaches of Saskatchewan, Canada where it naturally grows in dry plains and sandhills. It was mentioned in the Lewis and Clark journals as being harvested by the Shoshone for soap making, hence the common name "soapweed" yucca. It matures to a...

Image of Yucca gloriosa photo by: Maureen Gilmer

Maureen Gilmer

(Moundlily Yucca)

Tall stalks topped with dense clusters of gray-green sword-like leaves lend this tree-like yucca tropical looks.

Moundlily yucca is a common site in gardens where summers are either hot and humid or hot and dry. It inhabits the sandy coastal soils of the southeast from Louisiana to Florida and north to South Carolina, so it’s adapted to both dry soils and locations with high heat. Very large specimens can be seen in old neighborhoods in the far south, as well as those in California, because it...

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James H. Schutte

(Moundlily Yucca, Spotted Tiger Moundlily Yucca)

Tall stalks topped with dense clusters of gray-green sword-like leaves lend this tree-like yucca tropical looks.

Moundlily yucca is a common site in gardens where summers are either hot and humid or hot and dry. It inhabits the sandy coastal soils of the southeast from Louisiana to Florida and north to South Carolina, so it’s adapted to both dry soils and locations with high heat. Very large specimens can be seen in old neighborhoods in the far south, as well as those in California, because it...

Image of Yucca gloriosa var. recurvifolia photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Curve-leaf Yucca, Curveleaf yucca, Pendulous Yucca)

The popular and widely planted Yucca gloriosa var. recurvifolia is admired for its exceptional adaptability, elegant upright habit and prolific flower display. It originates from the dunes and gravelly soils along the Gulf Coastal Plain and the South Atlantic Coast but is equally at home in the arid desert gardens of the American Southwest.

Young plants produce bold dense rosettes of broad, strappy, deep blue-gray leaves. These have sharp tips and are so long they bend downward....