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A yucca in bloom is a showstopper. It produces imposing spires of large, bird-attracting white flowers in summer and fall. The evergreen rosettes of stiff, sharply pointed leaves, often variegated with cream or white, are striking. Use them to punctuate the end of a walkway, mass them as a barrier, or plant them as accents throughout the border. Be careful not to site them away from paths or other places people could be scratched by their sharp leaves. Free-draining soil and sun is all yuccas require.
This plant is also sometimes called Hesperoyucca.
In sun, the pale yellow daisies of Moonbeam coreopsis echo the creamy yellow edges of the leaves of Bright Edge yucca.Hens-and-chicks
A carpet of hens-and-chicks surrounding the bold clumps of yucca provides a strong contrast of form in sunny places.Salvia
Tall Black and Blue sage, with its deep blue flowers make a dramatic statement against stiff clumps of yucca in early fall.