A yucca with long stiff sword-shaped leaves and tall, slender spikes of white flowers, found from the southern US to the Caribbean.
- Yucca aloifolia, family Agavaceae.
- The Spanish bayonet tends to topple over and re-root itself, where the Spanish Dagger is stationary.
- Do not plant Spanish bayonet near walkways, patios or in areas frequented by children and pets.
- My picture of the Spanish bayonet flower, with its embedded yucca moths, was unsatisfactory.
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