More than 20 species of yucca exist. The coloration on yucca plants ranges from green to bluish with variegations of cream, yellow and white, depending on the cultivar. Yucca plants grow on canes, or large, woody stems. As it is a native of the southwestern United States, it thrives in soil that drains well and can be in full sun. It is also able to withstand temperatures as cold as 10 F. (-12 C.), so you can grow a yucca plant in many different climates.
When older leaves die on a mature yucca plant, simply cut them away, usually in the spring.
When caring for yucca plants, it is a good idea to wear gloves to protect your hands from the sharp leaves. After the yucca has stopped flowering and the fruit has appeared, prune back the flower stalk. The stalk should be cut clear to the ground.
Height :3 - 5 inches
Sunlight: full sunlight
Soil: well-drained soil
Water: Water regularly in the spring and summer growing season.
high amounts of vitamin C and antioxidants, both of which can benefit the
immune system and overall health.
antioxidants yucca contains protect us from cell mutations and damage from
destructive molecules called free radicals.