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San Angelo Yucca, Narrow-leaf Yucca
Yucca reverchonii


San Angelo yucca is endemic to the Edwards Plateau, growing solitary or forming clumps on limestone ledges and gravelly brushy plains. It is believed by some to be a hybrid of Y. thompsoniana and Y. rupicola.

Plant Habit or Use: small shrub

Exposure: sun
partial sun

Flower Color: white, greenish white

Blooming Period: spring

Fruit Characteristics: dry capsule

Height: 1 to 3 feet

Width: 1 to 3 feet

Plant Character: evergreen

Heat Tolerance: high

Water Requirements:

Soil Requirements: alkaline

USDA Hardiness Zone: 8

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