RED CORAL YUCCA
Actually, this is a false yucca and truly belongs to the Century Plant family. But its graceful likeness to the yucca has earned it the common nickname of Red or Coral Yucca.
Growing from a small and tight woody base, the native Texas evergreen has leaves that change between a winter plum color to rich summer blue-green. Tall stalks reaching 5' and are covered with coral tubular rosette flowers lining it's long pink arching stem.
Easy to Grow. Drought and deer tolerant. Provides nectar for hummingbirds.
NOT PARTICULAR ABOUT SOIL AS LONG AS IT IS WELL-DRAINING.