What is yucca?

  • (noun): Any of several evergreen plants of the genus Yucca having usually tall stout stems and a terminal cluster of white flowers; warmer regions of North America.

Some articles on yucca, yuccas:

Textile Manufacturing By Pre-industrial Methods - Yarn Formation - Yucca
... Yucca fibers were at one time widely used throughout Central America for many things ... Currently they are mainly used to make twine.Yucca leaves are harvested and then cut to a standard size ...
Yucca, Arizona - History
... Yucca started as an order office and water fill station for Atlantic and Pacific Railroad (affiliated with the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway) in the 1880s ... purchased 2,284 acres (9.24 km2) of land and developed the Yucca Army Airfield for training pilots ... Yucca became part of Route 66 in 1952 when the highway was realigned bypassing Oatman, Arizona ...
List Of Trees And Shrubs By Taxonomic Family - Angiosperms - Hardwoods - Agavaceae: The Agave Family
... YuccaYuccas Yucca aloifolia – Spanish Bayonet Yucca brevifolia – Joshua Tree Yucca elephantipes – Giant Yucca Yucca gloriosa – Moundlily Yucca Yucca torreyi ...
Spanish Bayonet
... Yucca faxoniana — Chihuahuan Desert region of northern Mexico and Southwestern U.S ... Yucca gloriosa — Southeastern U.S ... Yucca schidigera — Mojave Desert and Sonoran Desert regions of Southwestern U.S ...
Tegeticula Yuccasella
... The Yucca Moth (Tegeticula yuccasella) is a moth of the family Prodoxidae ... The larvae feed on Yucca filamentosa, Yucca smalliana, Yucca flaccida, Yucca glauca, Yucca arkansana, Yucca constricta, Yucca rupicola, Yucca pallida, Yucca reverchoni and Yucca aloifolia ...