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kiwi 2 years ago
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Soroush Mansouri 2 years ago Correct
Hey there
"Juka" is your answer!
Saltatios 2 years ago
that Looks pretty cool =L
kiwi 2 years ago
So it called Yucca in English / Juka in polish ! Thank you for finding it.
philip 2 years ago
it's called dagger plant.
philip 2 years ago
NesoTrades 2 years ago
Hi this plant is called Yucca there are many types of Yucca plant here is a link to this specific one thanks hope this helps.
NesoTrades 2 years ago
Hi this plant is called Yucca there are many types of Yucca here is a link hope this helps.
souissi 2 years ago
Magnifique plante
Unhorsedear 2 years ago
Its a yucca plant aka dagger or needle palm or whatever you want to call it
Dno Treva 2 years ago
this is yukka
Shane 2 years ago
Rhapidophyllum hystrix, the needle palm, is a palm, the sole member of the genus Rhapidophyllum. It is native to coastal margins of the subtropical eastern Gulf and south Atlantic states of the United States.
fered dered 2 years ago
This plant is called Yucca
yuku 2 years ago
your ans is yucca.
raymond hockersmith 2 years ago
that there is a yucca plant
Rachel Kirkpatrick 2 years ago
Chinese gooseberries I do not Know how to post a picture
Masaba 2 years ago
Dagger plant
Maria Villag 2 years ago
It is Yucca Plant
smanody 2 years ago
Magnifique plante
reza.m1990 2 years ago
Hi......Its a Yucca aloifolia – Spanish Dagger
huam13 2 years ago
This plant called "Yucca"
Catherine 2 years ago
PlantSnap app. Great app! says

Yucca gigantea (syn. Yucca elephantipes, Yucca guatemalensis), is a Yucca species that is native to Belize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua and the eastern part of Mexico (Quintana Roo, Yucatán, Campeche, Tabasco, Chiapas, Veracruz, eastern Puebla and southern Tamaulipas). It is also reportedly naturalized in Puerto Rico, the Leeward Islands and Ecuador.

Common names include spineless yucca, soft-tip yucca, blue-stem yucca, giant yucca and itabo. Its flower, the izote, is the national flower of El Salvador.

Although it can grow up to 9 m (30 ft) in height, with a spread to 4.5 m (15 ft), it is usually less than 6 m (20 ft) in height. It may have a thick, single trunk or be multitrunked resulting from a thickened, inflated, trunk-like lower base similar to an elephant's foot. The leaves are strap-like, spineless and up to 1.2 m (4 ft) in length. White flowers are produced in the summer, followed by brown, fleshy fruits which are oval and up to 2.5 cm (1 in) long.

The species is most widely known today as Yucca elephantipes. The first mention of that name was by Eduard von Regel in February 1859. He claimed that a different species, Y. aloifolia, was sometimes known as "Yucca elephantipes" when grown in European gardens because of its thickened stem base. However, since he did not intend to offer Y. elephantipes as the actual correct name, this was not a valid publication. In a major article on yuccas and allies in 1902, William Trelease also used the name Y. elephantipes, referring to Regel's 1859 publication. This came too late though, as Yucca gigantea had by then already been previously established.

Charles Lemaire published the name Yucca gigantea in November 1859. This is the name used by the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families as of January 2014, although other sources use Yucca guatemalensis, published by Baker in 1872.
Traci Dillard 2 years ago
Yucca gigantea
Yucca elephantipes, Yucca guatemalensis, izote