Yucca Rostrata (Yucca rostrata)


Yucca Rostrata

Yucca rostrata

Yucca Rostrata is also known as Beaked Yucca and is an attractive tree-like yucca ideal for a wide range of landscaping applications in Southern California! Native to Texas, Chihuahua and Coahuila in Mexico, this is one of the hardiest trunk-forming yuccas and is noted for the soft gray fuzz that covers the trunk. People also rave about its slender, blue-gray leaves and showy, creamy white flowers that appear in the summer, creating an attractive scene that’s sure to add curb appeal and value to any property!

It does have a slow growth rate, so if you’re looking to have the spectacle of flowers in your landscape, we recommend buying a mature specimen that can bring eye-level beauty into any garden. Palm Paradise has bigger, mature Yucca Rostrata available right now, ready to adorn any size landscape! We only grow premium quality specimens and we can assure that their quality is the best that you will find anywhere!

Yucca Rostrata is very easy to care for and super easy to grow – you don’t need a green thumb or tons of experience to grow one successfully. Watch this beauty thrive year after year with very little effort! Once established, it’s very heat and drought tolerant with low to moderate watering needs. They love to grow in an environment that receives full sun exposure, so we love to plant them in front and backyard areas that gets plenty of sun.

You can find this popular yucca all across the Southwest, from coastal areas to inland and desert locales. With its striking beauty, low maintenance, and tree-like growth habit, it’s easy to see why this is such as sought after plant for all types of SoCal landscapes! Come visit Palm Paradise today for mature specimens that you have to see to believe!

  • Also known as Beaked Yucca
  • Slender, blue-gray leaves
  • One of the hardiest trunk-forming yuccas
  • Slow growth rate
  • Can bring eye-level beauty into any garden
  • Low-maintenance, very little effort required!
  • Drought tolerant


Full sun

Heat and drought tolerant

Easy to grow