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|Totale hoogte||100 cm|
Yucca thompsoniana closely resembles Yucca rostrata but grows further north, mostly in western Texas and usually on limestone hills and high elevation plains between 900-1800m. In areas where the topsoil is poor, branching may not occur often and tall singles develop. Under favorable circumstances old specimen can develop up to 10 arms. Y.thompsoniana remains smaller than Yucca .rostrata and the leaves are stiffer, shorter (25-40 cm) and greener than those of Yucca.rostrata, especially in nature. In cultivation the leaves turn more blue and their length increases to 60-80 cm. In nature Yucca.thompsoniana leaves have small yellow lines with fine teeth along the margins,. Frost resistant till -18°C.
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