Yucca Elephantipes “Spineless Yucca”
- Plant Care
Yucca elephantipes—also called spineless yucca, stick yucca and yucca gigantea—is a type of shrubby plant with thick cane stems and sword-shaped leaves. Yucca plants grow outdoors in hot arid climates. The Yucca elephantipes is an ideal tree like houseplant because of its soft palm-like foliage, medium growth, and for its ease of care. It is considered as one of the top air-cleaning indoor plants.
The broad, sword-like leaves identify stick yucca (Yucca elephantipes). Its spiky foliage grows in a rosette form on the top of a bare stem or cane. To help identify this species of yucca from others, check for spines on the leaves. The leaves of stick yuccas have no spines, which is how it gets its other common name—spineless yucca.
- Yucca elephantipes prefers bright, direct sunlight but will tolerate some light shade.Well-draining sandy soil.Tradescantia zebrina prefers a fairly evenly moist potting mix. These plants are particularly sensitive to extremes when it comes to soil moisture.10 - 26°CApply an occasional weak feed, if anything. Yucca do not need a lot of food.
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