Red Yucca

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The Red Yucca, scientifically known as Hesperaloe parviflora, is a striking succulent renowned for its ornamental and resilient qualities. Despite its common name, Red Yucca is not a true yucca but belongs to the agave family. This plant forms clumps of arching, sword-like leaves that are typically blue-green, and in some varieties, they may have reddish or coppery tones. Red Yucca gets its name from the tall flower spikes that emerge from the center of the rosette, bearing tubular, coral-red to orange flowers. Drought-tolerant and adaptable, Red Yucca is well-suited for arid landscapes, xeriscaping, and contemporary gardens. Its low-maintenance nature, resistance to pests, and ability to attract hummingbirds make it a popular choice for gardeners seeking a resilient and visually appealing plant.

Botanical Name  

Hesperaloe parviflora

Also Known As  

Yuca Colibri | Samandoque | Coral Yucca | Redflower False Yucca | 红丝兰


Plant Type  
Native From  
USDA Zone  

Light Needs  
Watering Needs  
Life Cycle  
Avg. Mature Size  
Growth Rate  
Bloom Time  
Flower Color  

5 - 11
Partial - Full Sun
3' Tall and 3' Wide
Summer - Fall


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