Natives of Texas -- Twisted Yucca

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Twisted Yucca
Liliaceae Yucca rupicola

Native to the Hill Country and often growing in a large clump of several plants. The green foliage twists as it ages. The large creamy white flower spike appears sometime from May to July. The deer love to eat the flower stalk before it opens. Plant in full sun or part sun. This plant needs little care once established and is drought resistant.

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