Easy to care for and super resilient, the yucca is an all-time favorite of landscapers houseplant lovers. It looks great as an accent plant along a wall or use it as an accent plant in a succulent garden. A common name for the yucca is Spanish Bayonet, hinting at the upright leaves with sharp points at the end. Plant this reliable performer It is very drought tolerant and produces white and purple flowers.
Yucca enjoys direct sunlight for most of the day. Plant it in sharply drained soil since too much water will undoubtedly cause root rot. Water every three or four days until established. If you would like to fertilize it, use a well-balanced fertilizer three times a year. Prune damaged or yellow leaves to keep it nicely groomed.
Some of our favorites: Yucca ‘Color Guard’
Note: These plants are grown for decorative purposes and are not intended for human or animal consumption
Outstanding Features: Easy-care plant perfect for succulent gardens
Yucca, Spanish Bayonet
White with hits of purple
Water when the top inch of soil feels dry to the touch
Well-balanced fertilizer throughout the growing season
High bright light
About 8 feet if planted in a container
Cacti and succulents