This unique plant is grown in our Southern California in a variety of ways, including in a pot, in trays, and in the ground. Because we grow this plant, known by a variety of names, in a variety of ways, we ship it bare-root. Your plant will look similar to the ones in the pictures.
This is a great plant that is often used for xeriscaping. The Hesperoyucca whipplei is also known as a chaparral yucca, Spanish bayonet, Quixote yucca, or a foothill yucca. Native to California and Baja California, Mexico, this plant is extremely drought-tolerant and thrives in clay soil.
- Leaves grow between 20 to 90 cm long and 0.7 to 2cm wide
- Rigid leaves with sharp point at the end
- Gray-green color
- Takes 5 years to mature and flower
- Produces offshoots
This unique plant will eventually flower, at which point it generally dies. But it produces offshoots, which can keep the plant growing year after year. This 3-gallon plant is a great addition to your plant collection. Please allow us up to three business days to process your order. If you wish to receive your order on a specific date or have special instructions, please add a note at the checkout.
|Common Name||Chaparral yucca|
|Frost Tolerance||At least -5°c|
|Hardiness Zone||7b to 10b|
|Scientific Name||3 gal Hesperoyucca whipplei Specimen|
|Sun Exposure||Full sun|