Yucca recurvifolia is native to the southeastern United States (Georgia to Louisiana) and will develop into a large trunked plant up to six feet in height over time. The foliage is blue green and has a soft, graceful arch that gives this species a distinctive look. Tall candelabra spikes of creamy white flowers top mature plants in midsummer. Also known as Yucca pendula.
Dunes and sandy soils of the South Atlantic and Gulf coastal plain from Georgia to Louisiana.