Did You Know – Mojave Yucca

By Interdisciplinary Apprentice Ryan Sullivan

One of the many drought-tolerant and evergreen plants populating Cabrillo National Monument, the Mojave yucca is a plant many visitors may not notice. However, not only is it beautiful, it has plenty of uses!

Graphic Courtesy of Ryan Sullivan, Illustration Courtesy of Robert Hynes
Graphic Courtesy of Ryan Sullivan
Graphic Courtesy of Ryan Sullivan, Image (left) Courtesy of Robb Hannawacker, Image (right) Courtesy of Stan Shebs

Sources:  Information sourced from the Fire Effects Information System database maintained by the US Forest service.

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