Yucca Elephantipes

Common Name : Yucca Elephantipes

Plant Description

A small evergreen tree that develops thick branching trunks which are reminiscent of an elephants foot at the base, hence the name. From Summer to Autumn it produces white, bell-shaped flowers in large bunches. In warmer parts of Australia, Yucca cuttings can be taken almost anytime of the year. It is a fast growing member of the Agave family

Plant Specifications

  • Plant UsesA great architectural pot plant or outdoors as a landscaping plant. Suitable for modern, Sante Fe or Mediterranean gardens
  • Water RequirementsLow water requirements once established
  • Plant availabilityAvailable now
  • PositionFull sun
  • Height / Width4-5m high in cultivation (up to 9m in the wild) by 2m wide as they multi branch
  • CareRemove spent bottom foliage when it browns off. Drought, salt and frost tolerant
  • SoilTolerates a wide range of soils