Yucca Glauca is a perennial evergreen plant. It can grow 3' up to 5' in height, This narrow leaf yucca consists of a taproot from which rise small, decumbent branching stems.
Soapweed yucca has simple, alternate, curved-in pale green leaves with rough fibers running along its margins. Leaves can be as long as 8 to 40 inches in length and 0.2 t0.5 inches in width.
Narrowleaf yuccas have white, pendulous, bell-shaped flowers about 2.5 to 2.75 inches in length, which are composed in clusters of 25 to 30 on a 12 to 72 inches long raceme.
At bloom time these flowers can only be pollinated by the yucca moth. In the absence of the moth, the plant needs hand pollinating, using a small paintbrush.
Soapweed yucca plant is widely cultivated in warm temperate and subtropical climates. It can adapt to a wide range of temperatures.The species can grow in bright sunlight, semi-shade or no shade at all.It can withstand drought conditions very well and can even tolerate strong winds.
Yucca has average water requirements, and little maintenance is needed other than the removal of dead leaves when the shrub nears its ultimate height.
The species can be grown in a variety of soils and is drought-tolerant. The plant is very hardy, and can handle occasional snow and freezing temperatures
Flower borders and beds, houseplant, often used to prevent soil erosion on steep slopes