Yucca pallida (Pale-leaf yucca)
Pale-leaf yucca is native to north-central Texas. This low growing yucca makes an excellent ground cover. It sports sage-green or bluish-green leaves. It may be single or have multiple offsets. It needs good drainage, and will develop root and crown rot if over-watered.
Pale-leaf yucca can tolerate some shade, and add interesting textural interest there, but will most likely not bloom as well or at all in shade.
AT A GLANCE
|Sun exposure||Sun to part shade|
|Mature height||1-2 ft, up to 6 ft with flower stalk
|Mature spread||1-2 ft
|Host plant||Yucca giant skipper|