[ US /ˈjəkə/ ]
[ UK /jˈuːkɐ/ ]
[ UK /jˈuːkɐ/ ]
- 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
How To Use yucca In A Sentence
- Yesterday someone in the IT dept brought me up a yucca plant to look after.
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- Among the other species are broom groundsel, James' catseye, narrow-leaf gromwell, narrow-leaved penstemon, needle and thread, nodding buckwheat, rubber rabbitbrush, and yucca.
- Sideoats grama, buffalo grass, sagebrush, yucca and prickly pear cactus are also common on the canyon floor and walls.
- Grow thorny plants like agave, barberry, cactus, Natal plum, and yucca under rear windows.
- Mario Sabino's Salvadoran appetizer sampler (tamal, pupusa, chicharrones, casamiento, curtido, yucca) $9 Queso con chorizo $9 Brisket enchiladas $10 Guiso de puerco $11 Pollo con hongos $12 Dallas Observer | Complete Issue
- They lead into pine forests as well as impressive stands of coastal sage scrub and chaparral communities notable for Mojave yuccas, prickly pear, and agaves.
- In dune areas, anchoring shrubs such as Havard shin oak, fourwing saltbush, and yucca stabilize the dune sand for herbaceous grasses and forbs such as sand verbenas, sunflowers, fringed sagewort, and hoary rosemary-mint. Ecoregions of New Mexico (EPA)