Yucca harrimaniae var. gilbertiana

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Common name: Harriman’s yucca

A short and variable (around 6 forms in total) clumping yucca with occasional short stems after many years with grey green leaves that are between 1 and 3cm wide.  Yucca harrimaniae is found in northern Arizona and New Mexico and southern Utah and Colorado at around 2250-2500 meters which makes it one of the most cold hardy Yuccas in the World.

This rare form gilbertiana is a wider and very silver form that seems to produce farily tight rosettes..


  • Hardiness  H3. hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters (-15 to -10)
  • Position/Aspect  Full sun with very free draining sandy/gritty soil
  • Drought tolerance  good
  • Size up to 60cm height
  • Seed grown at the Kent nursery Yes!