- Common Name(s):
- Small soapweed, Spanish bayonet
Native to southwestern US. Particularly resistant to damage by deer.
- 2 ft.
- Green, sharp pointed leaves; 1-2.5 ft. long; inrolled margins with white filaments
- Greenish white bell-shaped flowers on 3-4.5 ft. stalk in summer
- 4 to 8
- Sun; well-drained soil
- Low cluster of leaves; one or more erect crowns
- 3 ft.
NCCES plant id: 1856