The Yucca flower is a familiar spring flower of the prairie states. The native peoples relished Yucca flowers. This species Yucca arkansana is commonly called “ Indian Cabbage” because the flowers are harvested and cooked just like you would boil cabbage. They are served with butter nowadays but back in the olden days they were greased with animal fat. A perennial that takes two to three years to start flowering.
This seed is brought to us by Botanical Explorer, Joseph Simcox: learn more here