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|
Superb service, very affordable price
Always on time, great job.
Another lovely plant! It's so unique
Boxed very nicely. The plant was perfect....
Boxed very nicely. The plant was perfect. It will look great in our drought resistant California landscape.
Beautiful and unusual plant. Timely shipping.