Common name: Giant Yucca
One of the largest and fastest growing of all the tree Yuccas, native to northeastern Mexico and can reach a height of about 10m tall. The trunks can get to oak like proportions and will eventually branch after flowering. The leaves are 30-45 cm long 2-2,4 cm wide, green/grey in colour, with slim margins brown fibrous hence the name filifera
Hardiness H4: hardy through most of the UK (-10 to -5)
Position/Aspect Full sun preferred but will tolerate some shade, but free draining soil is essential
Drought tolerance Very good
Size Up to 10 meters
Grown at the Kent nursery Yes!