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Yucca recurvifolia (Yucca, Weeping)

Yucca, Weeping

Yucca, Soft Leaf

Yucca recurvifolia

A naturalized Texas shrub with excellent tolerance to hot and dry climates. The blueish-green flat leaves have a sharp tip, and grow up to three feet in length, bending downward over time. Weeping Yucca begins as a uniform rosette shrub, growing upward on a single trunk reaching heights of five to six feet before falling over its own weight. New trunks will sprout where the main trunk makes contact with the ground, making it a multi-trunk shrub.

The flower stalk can grow up to five feet above the foliage, displaying a large cluster of white to pale yellow bell-shaped flowers in the early spring that last into the summer.

Accent Plant

Flower Color:

Pale Yellow



5 Feet



5 Feet

Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips for Yucca recurvifolia

Grows best in soil that has excellent drainage. Old leaves may look unsightly, but are easy to clean up. Old flower stalks persist and are easy to remove.

USDA Hardiness Zone 7a

Available Sizes:

Item Description
YUC-PEN-05 #005 YUCCA, PENDULA View Current Crop Photo
YUC-PEN-15 #015 YUCCA, PENDULA View Current Crop Photo

Characteristics & Attributes

Deer Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Needs