The Red Yucca is a native to Texas. This succulent plant is ideal for hot, dry climates. The leaves of the Red Yucca can grow up to four feet long. They roll up halfway and have curly threads along their margins.
Over time, the Red Yucca forms clumps that can reach a width of five feet. The flower stalks of the Red Yucca appear in string and produce coral-pink flowers throughout summer. They are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds.
The Red Yucca is tolerant to adverse soil conditions and can tolerate salty environments. But, it does best in full sun.