We love this exotic looking houseplant - bring a totally tropical feeling to your home with this lovely plant!


With spiked green, sword-shaped leaves springing up from the palm-like trunk, this large houseplant makes a striking statement and has a very sculptural look.  Native to Central and South America and Mexico, it’s truly a taste of the rainforest - it really looks as though it has just burst out of the undergrowth!


This large houseplant is a sun lover, so it needs somewhere where it can soak up the rays - a south-facing window would be ideal so it can lap up the light. It’s unusual among houseplants - a lot of them can’t take direct sun but this one really loves basking in direct light.


Yukka Elphatipes gets its name from its trunk - which, over time, thickens to resemble an elephant’s foot! We like this striking houseplant in a basket for a stylish magazine kind of look.


Most people know the Yukka plant - but what really makes it outstanding is the way you style it - think carefully about your planter or you can even use a basket.  We do a great selection of seagrass planters that can add that special touch to your plant.


What a wonderful gift this would make! We’ll add in a free, handwritten card if you tell us your gift message - just leave a note of it at the basket stage of the checkout and we’ll arrange the rest.


No giveaway paperwork either!


Yukka care level

Yukka are easy-care plants, suitable for those new to houseplants.


Where should I put it?

Yukka likes a sunny spot - a conservatory is ideal.


How should I water it?

You can water frequently in summer, sparingly in winter. Make sure you don’t let your plant sit in water in its pot - allow it to drain thoroughly before you put it back into the planter.


Should I feed it?

You can feed once or twice a month during spring and summer - try our vegan, organic plant food.


Is it suitable if I have pets?

No, it can be toxic to pets.


What size is it?

W27cm x H120cm, W36cm x H140cm


For more tips on general houseplant care, please take a look at our video!


Why not try our seagrass planters for added style?


If you like this Yukka, you might also love Aloe Vera.

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