Yucca & Yucca Moths?

Answer The yucca plant and yucca mouth share an intimate symbiotic relationship. Both depend on each other for survival. The female yucca moth must lay her eggs inside a yucca flower, ensuring that her la... Read More »

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Making Yucca Shampoo From Yucca Root?

Yucca root---also known as cassava, manioc, mandioca and Brazilian arrowroot---is used to relieve joint problems, skin discomfort, arthritis and inflammation. Many people use yucca root tea to clea... Read More »

What Are the Yucca Moth & the Yucca Plant?

The yucca moth and the yucca plant rely on each other for survival. They have a mutually beneficial relationship similar to many other insects and plants, like bees with various flowers. In the cas... Read More »

How to Eat Yucca?

Yucca plant in bloomYucca, also known as Soapweed, Spanish Bayonet, and other popular names, grows in deserts throughout the world. All of the non-woody parts of most yuccas are edible, and the blo... Read More »

How to Prune a Red Yucca?

Red yucca (Hesperaloe parviflora) is a grass-like ornamental often grown as an accent plant in the home landscape. Despite what its name suggests, Red yucca is not a true yucca. But like yucca, it ... Read More »