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San Angelo Yucca
A trunkless dwarf species that forms clusters of small rosettes with short, rigid, narrow, pale green leaves and
tall inflorescences, Y. reverchoni is native only to a small area in central western Texas around San Angelo at elevations
of 400 to 1000 m (1300 to 3300 ft.). It tolerates heavy frosts but requires a well drained, sunny spot in the temperate
or subtropical garden. In landscaping it lends itself best to mass plantings as a low maintenance ground cover.