Hesperyucca whipplei is a California chaparral endemic that forms small to large hemispherical rosettes with hundreds of flexible whip shaped light blue leaves. Upon maturity it sends out a very tall spike supporting multiple bugle shaped white flowers that are pollinated by a symbiotic moth. After pollination the fruits hold many thousands of flat black pea sized seeds that are dispersed by the popcorn method. The rosettes and flower stalks stand out along many roadsides from southern to central California. There are even some stands in Baja California Mexico. It is a winter grower, depending on California's winter rains. Water more in fall, winter, and spring. Keep relatively dry and shady in the summer. You are bidding on the plant size shown.