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Hesperalow parviflora

Texas Red Yucca
Scientific NameHesperalow parviflora
Common NameTexas Red Yucca (Straight Up Red Texas Yucca)
FamilyAgavaceae
HabitWoody Perennial, Evergreen
Growth FormBeautiful arching grey-green leaves edged with wispy thread-like white filaments and stand strong beneath 3′ spikes of saffron-throated, delicate red trumpet flowers.
Mature SizeHeight: 5-6′ Width: 3-4′
FlowersPink. Bloom Time: Early-Mid Summer, Mid-Late Summer
HardinessZones 5-10
Sun RequirementsFull Sun
Water RequirementsDrought Resistant / Waterwise. Once established, does nicely on very little supplemental water.
Soil RequirementsLow Fertility Soil, Well-Drained Soil. Loam or sandy soil is best.
Other InfoEasy to grow. Extended Bloom Time (more than 4 weeks), Good for Containers, Good for cut flowers, Good Rock garden or alpine plant. Attracts Butterflies, Hummingbirds, Rabbit resistant, Native to North America, Evergreen, Low maintenance. Protect from deer who love to eat the succulent leaves.
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