Yucca flaccida 'Hairy'
Hairy the Soapwort
Item #: 6066
Zones: 5a to 9b
Height: 18" tall
Origin: United States
Plant Delights is pleased to once again offer Yucca flaccida 'Hairy', a Tom Foley seeding selection of the Southeast US native, deer-resistant, Yucca flaccida that we introduced first in 2005. Tom selected this clone from large seedling blocks because of its extreme hairiness. Okay, so it's still not as hairy as bigfoot on a bad hair day, but it's pretty darn hairy. The 18" tall x 3' wide clumps of glaucous leaves are dramatically adorned with loads of curly white hairs. In midsummer, the 5' tall spikes of bald white bells are an added feature. Our 20 year old clumps are truly spectacular...one of the finest yuccas we grow.
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Flower Color: White/Cream
Container Role: Thrillers
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