Search Results for: Zone.4b

Yellow Bell Yucca (yucca glauca angustifolia)

Rosettes of tightly spaced, pale-green, long, narrow leaves that grow up to 23 inches, form small spaced colonies of 3 to 4 feet in width. Late spring – early summer brings about the explosion of pendulous, bell-shaped flowers in greenish-white partially supported by the tight rosette of leaves. A highly xeriphitic yucca it is capable of tolerating varied soil types provided its given good drainage.