Beautiful Yucca species from northeastern Mexico with flexible, long leaves (up to 90 cm in length) forming a nice round head. This species occurs in a gray-blue variety with very fine thin leaves (ssp. Galeana) and a coarser blue green variety. These two species grow at different geographical locations and do not seem to overlap. The leaves are very numerous (over 80 per head). The plant is about 250-350 cm and eventually also spurs at the bottom of the trunk. The plant is cold-resistant (-20 C).