Large & fragrant creamy-white bell shaped flowers (3 inch long by 1.5 foot wide) appear on tall stalks that rise 4 to 8 foot tall in late spring, blue/green sword-liked leaves (2.5 foot long by 4 inch wide) with curly threads along the edges, evergreen, attracts butterflies, rabbit resistant, tolerates a wide range of tough conditions (Drought, Shallow/Rocky Soil, Air Pollution, poor soil, salt), good for erosion control due to large roots system, host plant to yucca moths including the pretty and wonderfully named Bogus Yucca Moth (Prodoxus decipiens).
4-8 foot tall
Plant Hardiness Zones: 4a-10b
Native Range: MA to WI, south to s FL & e. TX. Populations north of AR, VA, & the Atlantic Coastal Plain are probably escaped from cultivation
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