The Narrowleaf Yucca is native to the four-corner states in the southwest United States. Found on the Colorado Plateau, it is a low-lying species with basal rosettes that grow up to 10 feet tall. The rosette will flower once and then die. They can be found in semi-desert areas, canyons, and woodlands. Yucca’s come from the genus Agave, which are of the family Succulent. Succulents are plants that store water in their leaves. This is a close up of the leaves, I found this in the eastern Verde Valley area of Arizona.


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