The yucca elephantipes is a very popular houseplant ,
it is native to Middle America and those sub-tropical regions of Southern North America where it makes it a great ornamental outdoor plant.Its deliciously fragrant flowers can only be expected in tropical regions.
Temperature: A yucca can adapt to temperatures as low as 35° and as high as 90°. During the summer months the Yucca will be quite happy stood outdoors.
Lighting preference: Indirect sunlight
Electrical lighting: It grows well in the light of the rooms
Irrigation of water: A Yucca plant originates in the deserts of Mexico and Guatemala so it likes to be kept dry. Allow at least the top 50% of the soil of a to dry out before watering. Over watering is the main and probably the only way to kill a yucca.
The yucca has a natural dormant period in November and December and will then require less watering and no feed. Continue as before after the dormant period is past.
Humidity: Yucca plants do well in basic and even low household humidity. and It will really perk up after a shower.
Fertilization and feeding: Feed monthly in the spring and summer with a basic houseplant food at 1/2 the recommended strength.
• As in its natural habitat, it will regularly lose its lower leaves – do not worry if they turn yellow and drop off, as long as it continues to make new ones
.• Remember all of the above and you can keep your giant yucca healthy and looking fresh for a long time.