When you pair beauty and low-maintenance in a single type of plant – that is one that I highly recommend.
Earlier this week, I was doing a landscape consult with a client who had multiple Red Yucca (Hesperaloe parviflora) plants throughout his garden and I was reminded again, how much I enjoy this succulent plant.
I’d love to share with you just a few of the many reasons to add red yucca (Hesperaloe parviflora) to your landscape…
Red yucca plants are extremely low-maintenance. All you need to do is to prune off dead flower stalks in the fall.
Don’t prune the foliage like the homeowner did in the photo above – why create more maintenance then is needed? Especially when it results in turning an attractive plant ‘ugly’?
**You can read more about my past experience with this type of pruning to red yucca that was done by a member of my crew in a previous blog post: