Hesperaloe parviflora

red yucca

Hardiness Zones: 6-11 

Size: 3-4' tall

Outstanding Features: This plant is a succulent with clumps of arching grass-like foliage. The leathery long, narrow blue-green leaves have deep grooves and white fraying fibers along the margins. In mid-summer, clusters of rose-pink flowers are borne on tall red flower stalks that arch up and outward. It is drought tolerant; flowers attractive to hummingbirds; very long bloom period (summer through fall).

Landscape Uses: Specimen or masses; container

Care: Sun to light shade

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