Yucca sp.

 Plant Type:
 Deciduous / Evergreen:
White (Wide and especially tall, usually white, flower panicles)
Green (Long, pointed, sword-like foliage arranged in rosettes)
Brown (Brown capsules; not ornamentally important)
 Light Requirements:
Requires well-drained soil- do not overwater
Semiarid environments of North America, Central America, and South America
 Ecological Functions:

Additional Information

The Yucca genus is comprised of evergreen shrubs and trees with bold, sword-like leaves borne in rosettes, and large, showy flower panicles.

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