Yucca filamentosa


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Noun1.Yucca filamentosa - yucca with long stiff leaves having filamentlike appendagesYucca filamentosa - yucca with long stiff leaves having filamentlike appendages
yucca - 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
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I was for defying her, but David, who had the knack of women, knew a better way; he craftily proposed that we "should let Irene in," in short, should wreck her, and though I objected, she proved a great success and recognised the yucca filamentosa by its long narrow leaves the very day she joined us.
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Bagnalliella yuccae (Hinds) was first described in 1902 from Amherst, Massachusetts and Washington District of Columbia on the East coast of North America on Yucca filamentosa and Solidago spp.
The stately hardier form of Yucca filamentosa, related to the popular houseplant, adds structure and impact.
Among many other plants, he brought Angelica archangelica to Britain and his son, who also travelled to America, introduced Yucca filamentosa and the tulip tree, Liriodendron tulipifera.