A beautiful and rare yucca from Nuevo León, Mexico into Texas. This slow growing plant has hundreds of narrow pliant blue-green 24 to 36 inch long leaves in a globular head standing above the ground on a stout trunk that can reach to 4 feet tall with time. Plant in full sun in a well-drained soil. We do not know the hardiness of this plant but it has tolerated the coldest temperatures we have recently experienced (~25° F) without damage though we suspect this plant can go much colder. In fact we heard from a person in Austin Texas who told us that this plant survived after several days hovering around 12° F. It has also proven to be heat and drought tolerant.