Yucca, San Angelo
This essentially trunkless Yucca found sparingly in central Texas has been considered by some to be a hybrdid between Yucca thompsoniana and Y. rupicola. It is found primarily in the Edwards Plateau where it is usually on limestone soils. An unusual and attractive Yucca that can be single or clump forming with multiple heads. Yucca-do nursery reports it has been cold hardy to Witchita, Kansas. As with other Yucca species it should be grown in a sunny well-draines site and kept free of competing vegetation.
USDA Hardiness Zone 7-9