As it is a native of the southwestern United States, it thrives in soil that drains well and its a high light plant. It is also able to withstand temperatures as cold as 10 F. (-12 C.), so you can grow a yucca plant in many different climates.
Caring for yucca plants is fairly simple. When older leaves die on a mature yucca plant, simply cut them away. Caring for yuccas like this helps the rest of the plant look nicer, and allows the newer leaves to grow.
Yucca elephantipes (syn. Yucca gigantean, Yucca guatemalensis) has long, sword-like, yellow-green, arching leaves, which grow in a rosette from the top of a bare trunk. Unlike other Yucca varieties, the leaves are spineless.
Approximate height only: 160cm
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