This yucca has beautiful blue green foliage with numerous curly, white filaments for added texture. It has a neat, round habit, smaller than the straight species. The amazing flower stems reach 4-5’ in height and it’s a host plant for skippers. A tough as nails perennial for sunny, dry sites including dry slopes.
Tough as nails native cultivar for dry soil
Evergreen foliage provides all season interest
Larval host plant for a number of shippers
Amazingly, tall flower stems in early to midsummer
More uniform, smaller habit than the straight species
Found in dry, sandy, open woods, hills and prairies.
Skipper butterflies are named after the quick, darting way they fly. There are more than 3500 different species of skippers worldwide.
Yucca thives in any well-drained soil in full sun. Great for dry slopes.