The yucca plant is an evergreen shrub that does not shed its leaves each year and abundantly grow in southeastern United
States. It grows in dry, sandy or rocky habitats and in fields, road shoulders, open woods and nursery beds. Leaves of the
yucca are usually pointed, stiff, and narrow, with saw like or fibrous edges. The leaves are basal; that is, they all originate
from one point, taking the form of a rosette. Leaves terminates in sharp spine. Stem is present in the form underground rhizome
Yucca plants have bell-shaped, white, cream-color, or whitish-green flowers. These flowers grow on inflorescence, which springs
up from the center of a leaf-cluster. There are several flowers presents on an inflorescence.