*This plant is not currently in production, but the page is preserved for informational purposes.
The native habitat for this yucca ranges from northern Mexico through west Texas and into southeastern New Mexico. A wide trunk-forming species, it grows slowly to develop multiple heads. Short foot-long blue silver leaves have serrated margins and end in a sharp terminal spine. Early summer is the bloom season, with 3 to 5-foot-tall flower spikes covered with large white flowers rising above the foliage. Plant in full sun and well-drained soils. Young plants closely resemble Yucca rostrata, but different the growth habits set them apart.