Rare caudiciform stapeliad; dry and warm in winter. Can grow to 10″ tall. We grow them with weekly water during the hot part of the year and monthly or less in the winter.
Thick round leaves on a vining succulent. Leaves will die back in drought conditions. Indoor in winter. Prefers heat.
Yucca “Blue Boy”
Y. desmetiana “Blue Boy”
Lovely, purple-blue leaves make this yucca stand out in the garden. Will get a rounded shape over time as foliage arches. Large, white flowers on long stalks bloom in summer.
Yucca “Bright Edge”
Y. filamentosa “Bright Edge”
Low growing w/yellow edged leaves, tall bloom spikes with creamy white flowers
Yucca “Gold Ribbons”
Y. recurvifolia “Gold Ribbons”
Grows 4 to 8 ft tall. Gold leaves with green margins.
Yucca “Magenta Magic”
Y. aloifolia “Magenta Magic”
Upright, spiky leaves turn from green to purple with cooler temperatures. Dwarf yucca, good for containers. Large, white flowers on long stalks bloom in summer.
Short trunk, eventually 4ft. tall
Tree to 15’h.; narrow leaves; pendant blooms
Fast growing tree to 30 ft. with bright green leaves, large white flowers in summer
Yucca elephantipes “Silver Star”
Tree to 20+ft. with striking silver stripes turning ivory with age. Can handle coastal seaspray conditions.
Yucca elephantipes “Variegata”
Tree to 20+ ft.with brightly colored striped leaves
Short trunk eventually to 6ft. h., rosette to 4ft. across; Pale bell shaped blooms.
Yucca gloriosa “Variegata”
2ft long variegated leaves with blush-red marginal edges in cooler weather. Clusters on the ground.
2ft. trunkless rosettes; Can form small colonies.
Tree to 12ft+, multiple heads, flexible blue-green leaves. Large creamy white bell shaped flowers on vigorous bloom stalks that arise from the centers of the head. Stunning centerpiece plant. Slow growing, will grow faster in areas that get more heat.
Yucca rostrata “Blue Velvet”
Yucca rostrata “Sapphire Skies”
Sharp green leaves, slow growing to 15ft.
Tree to 20’h.; multi-branched. Frost/Heat hardy
Cycad grows to 3-5ft. across;
Recommended indoor in the Bay Area. Large cardboard-like leaves on wide spreading fronds. Short trunk very slow to develop.