Hesperaloe parviflora

Local name

Hesperaloe parviflora, also known as red yucca, hummingbird yucca, redflower false yucca and samandoque, is a plant that is native to Chihuahuan desert of west Texas east and south into central and south Texas and northeastern Mexico around Coahuila.Hesperaloe parviflora has narrow evergreen leaves with a fringe of white threadlike hairs along their edges and grows in clumps 3–6 ft high and wide. Red or yellow tubular flowers are borne on branching flower stalks up to 5 ft tall from late spring to mid-summer.The Latin specific epithet parviflora means "with small flowers".This species has become popular in xeriscape landscape design for public and private gardens in California and the Southwestern United States.

The plant's qualities include drought tolerance, heat resistance, low maintenance needs, hummingbird attracting flowers, and an architectural form. It also is a spineless alternative to Agave and Yucca horticultural species.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hesperaloe_parviflora

Address 825 Avalon Canyon Rd, 90704, United States

Coordinates 33°19'32.13" N -118°20'26.79" E

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