Large & fragrant creamy-white bell shaped flowers (3" long by 1.5' wide) appear on tall stalks that rise 4 to 8' tall in late spring, blue/green sword-liked leaves (2.5' long by 4" wide) with curly threads along the edges, evergreen, attracts butterflies, rabbit resistant, tolerates a wide range of tough conditions (Drought, Shallow/Rocky Soil, Air Pollution, poor soil, salt), good for erosion control due to large roots system, host plant to yucca moths including the pretty & wonderfully named Bogus Yucca Moth (Prodoxus decipiens).
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-10b
Native Range: MA to WI, south to s FL & e. TX. Populations north of AR, VA, & the Atlantic Coastal Plain are probably escaped from cultivation
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