Red Yucca Plant Hesperaloe parviflora

  • Red Yucca Plant
  • Red Yucca Plant
  • Red Yucca Plant

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Red Yucca Plant Hesperaloe parviflora

Regular price $119.99
$169.99
5 Gallon
  • 5 Gallon $119.99
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Product Description

Sensational Vibrance from a Low-Maintenance Succulent!

The Red Yucca Plant is low on effort but immense on color! This native plant can withstand drought and harsh temperatures, while still giving off some lovely colors year-round.

If you want your garden to attract some attention, this flowering succulent is a draw for butterflies, birds, and bees. This plant is also commonly known as the “Hummingbird Yucca” since it attracts hummingbirds with its flower stalks. Don’t worry, though, because the leaves are deer-resistant!

Want a plant you can showcase just about anywhere? This succulent is great for containers, rock gardens, beds and borders, or on its own as a landscape accent. Its showy, coral blooms on arching stems just need a place with full sunlight to thrive!

Since this plant is pretty hardy, you can expect year-round color to brighten up any yard space. With arching, wand-like, pink stems and tubular flowers on evergreen foliage, it has a purple hue in winter and a stunning blue-green for the rest of the year!

Ready to spruce up your own yard or landscape with a Red Yucca Plant? Order yours today!

Planting & Care

1. Planting: Plant where they can receive full sunlight (between 6-8 hours per day). Locate these plants in full sunlight in any well-drained soil, but sandy soil is ideal. If planted in a container, fill with a well-drained potting media and at least one good drainage hole. Allow at least 2 feet on each side of the plant and 2-3 feet away from sidewalks or driveways.

2. Watering: Water regularly for the first year but not to the point of sogginess. Then, water occasionally especially during periods of hot, dry weather. Be careful not to overwater.

3. Fertilization: You can feed them lightly before new growth appears in spring with a good-quality, general-purpose fertilizer.

4. Pruning: Don’t cut the flower stalks after blooming, as they will produce fruit. Additionally, the seeds provide winter sustenance for songbirds that visit your garden. The stalks can be removed in spring. You can also remove older leaves, which will eventually die down and turn brown.

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Product Details

Growing Zones: 5-10 outdoors

    
    
    
      5-10 outdoors
    
   Map 5-10 outdoors (hardy down to -10℉)
  • Mature Height: 4-5 ft.
  • Mature Width: 2-3 ft.
  • Sunlight: Full Sun
  • Growth Rate: Slow

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