Red Yucca Product Description
Red yucca is a favorite in many commercial and residential landscapes in North Texas because it’s an evergreen and low-maintenance plant with a beautifully showy color of red. Its dark green long, thin leaves rise from the base providing an unusual look to the landscape. With tall, five-foot spikes of pink to red bell-shaped flowers that last from May through October. It is extremely tough; it tolerates drought, extreme heat, and cold; needing little or no irrigation once established. Red Yucca is not a true yucca; unlike yucca, the leaves are not spine-tipped. Red yucca is a Texas Native Plant. Grows 3-5 feet tall and 2-4 feet wide.
Other names for red yucca are coral yucca, red-flowered false yucca, yellow yucca, and hummingbird yucca.