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Beschorneria Yuccoides. Mexican Lily.

The Beschorneria Yuccoides is an spectacular succulent plant. Characterised by rosettes of broad, sword shaped, slightly fleshy grey-green leaves which have soft tips. Clump forming, they typically reach around 4-6ft in height producing impressive arching flower spikes of red and green flowers.
Belonging to the same sub family of plants which include Agaves and Yuccas. Common name of the Mexican Lily, this exotic looking plant is quite rare in cultivation.
Half hardy, it will need protection in winter, although has done well in coastal and sheltered urban positions. Alternatively it makes an ideal container plant which can be moved into a sheltered position through severe cold. Low maintenance it is also tolerant of drought and wind

These specimens are exceptional quality. Photos 1-3 are some of the actual plants in stock now.


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  • Latin Name: Beschorneria Yuccoides

    Common Name: Mexican Lily, Yucca-leaved Beschorneria .

    Native to: Mexico.

    Hardiness: Hardy to -5. Drought and wind tolerant.

    Growth: Evergreen succulent with a large rosette of broad sword shaped leaves. Soft leaf tips. Clump forming. Long arching flower spikes with red and green flowers. Typically 4-6ft in height.  

    Sun: Sun.

    Exposure: Sheltered.

    Soil:  Fertile but well drained, plenty of gravel.

    Moisture: Moist, dry in winter 

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    All palms have been imported with phytosanitary certificates from top quality growers.

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