A perennial that does well in virtually any area of the country; Yucca plants are great for containers, and even do well indoors! Grow your own Yucca (outdoors or in!) with this super-easy gardening grow guide.
Grow Zone: One of the most versatile plants featured. Grow Yucca in zones 4-11.
Water and Sun Needs: Yucca is native to the desert; it loves full sun. Water deeply once every 10 days.
Average Size: 1 to 3 feet tall. 4-6 feet wide.
Plant Type: Perennial, Succulent
Special Features: If you forget to water often, Yucca is great for you! Additionally, it grows well in containers and lets off a wonderful aroma!
How to Get Started: Plant in well-draining soil in an area of tons of sunshine. Water once every ten days, or when the first few inches of soil are dry to the touch. The Yucca plant does have sharp leaves, so it’s not great lining a walkway; or someone could get cut! The Yucca plant can survive in temperatures as low as 10 degrees, so it is a versatile plant for any grow zone!
When to Harvest: There is no edible harvest, but expect white blooms to blossom in mid to late Summer.