Yucca recurvifolia 'Margaritaville'

Yucca recurvifolia 'Margaritaville'

Family: Agavaceae


Plant type Shrub, tree
Height 3 to 5 feet
Spread 24 inches to 3 feet
Habit Upright
Foliage Evergreen
Growth rate Slow
Interests Flowers, foliage
Uses Borders, houseplant, specimen plant
Skill level Beginner
Maintenance None to slight
Hardiness 8
Heat zone
Sun Full sun
Moisture Dry to average
Soil type Slightly acid to slightly lime
Soil fertility Moderate
Water consumption Light
Site Sheltered to average
Flower colour
Flower season Mid summer to late summer
Flower size Small
Foliage colour Green, yellow variegated
Fruit colour
Edible parts
Harvest time
Stems
Features
Wildlife
Texture Hard spikey

Yucca recurvifolia 'Margaritaville' is an upright evergreen shrub or tree with clumps of strong, lance shaped, yellow striped leaves. As the plant grows the leaves start to form a woody stem, with a cluster of leaves at the top and sometimes at intervals up the stem. Yuccas are of good architectural value in the garden. Tall heads of white flowers are sometimes borne above the foliage from mid to late summer.

Yuccas need full sun and well-drained soil.

 

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