Yucca Do Nursery, Inc. specializes in drought and heat tolerant plants. We're known for our wonderful selection of agaves, yuccas, and bromeliads, but we also sell palms, cycads, cacti, and more!
Browse all of our plants below, or select a category at left to narrow things down a bit.
Saw leaf agave! This agave is a standout. The plant generally produces a single rosette but some plants will produce offsets with time. Each rosette has an open, free form and produces relatively few leaves compared ... More
Albuca maxima a synonym for Albuca canadensis Albucas in general have flowers that most find odd. Our culture has designated a certain set of flower shapes and colors that are acceptable. Plants like roses, petunias, or daises are found in our ar... More
Summer snowflakes! Several years ago we were given some bulbs of this South African plant we knew little about. We had never seen it bloom and were sceptical as to its ability to survive the erratic fluctuations of our ... More
Corkscrew Albuca! This albuca gives an interesting show even when it is not in flower. During the winter months when this little gem is actively growing its foliage corkscrews and twists in a most fascinating manner. G... More
Texas Onion! Allium canadensis has many varieties and forms and the identification and nomenclature of the different varieties is fairly murky. Dr. Thad Howard gave us this particular form with the name Allium te... More
Short leaf aloe! This beautiful species is quite moisture tolerant and able to withstand fairly cold temperatures, down into the upper teens, with minimal damage. It is a compact plant with short and fat waxy, blue le... More
Wild forms! Often what is in cultivation for a species is one clone, introduced years back and then divided over and over. That one clone becomes so widespread that we often use it to define the species, when in ... More
Dwarf soap aloe! This low-growing species is often mistaken for Aloe maculata but can be distinguished by its smaller size which is about one third of that of the soap aloe. A low-growing profile and suckering habit m... More
Karoo Aloe! Aloe longistyla is an interesting little aloe that originates from the arid Karoos of South Africa. The plant has qualities that are reminiscent of Aloe humilis and Aloe brevifolia but the rosettes ar... More
Orange-yellow soap aloe! This form of Aloe maculata is fatter, more compact and slower growing than other varieties of this species and this particular clone has orange-yellow flowers as opposed to the salmon-pink that is mor... More
Hardy aloe! Finally, an aloe we can grow outside that survives in spite of heat and wet winters. These large, succulent perennials produce 3' tall candelabra-like panicles throughout the warm months. The pinkish-... More
Pure aloe striata! Coral aloe is one of our favorite Aloes. The broad, silver leaves, toothless margins, and beautiful symmetry make this plant a standout amongst aloes. True Aloe striata is often hard to find because m... More
One way then another Aloe! This aloe is unique in that its growth habit changes as it ages. For a long period of time during this plants juvenile phase the leaves of the plant are distichous or stacked in two rows that parallel... More
Partridge aloe! A fat-bodied aloe that is boldly marked in white. This species is well represented in a succulent collection but you never see anyone trying it outdoors, until a friend showed us his plants in north S... More
Aloe Dorian Black! The leaves of this Aloe hybrid are green but have numerous warty, longitudinal bumps that are whitish in color. In fact there are so many of the bumpy projections that the plant looks almost white, wi... More
Pepe Aloe! This hybrid of Aloe descoingsii x A. haworthioides is one of my favorite aloes in my potted aloe collection. I love its tight, clustering habit of almost micro-sized, perfectly-symmetrical rosettes. I... More
Wonder Child Aloe! This aloe hybrid was an introduction from the Huntington Botanical Garden's International Succulent Introduction (ISI) program in 2006. It was a selection made by Brian Kemble, curator of the Ruth Ban... More
Aloe Aristata Hybrid! We got this great plant years ago labeled simply as Aloe aristata Hybrid. What Aloe aristata was crossed with has never been determined but we almost think the other parent might have been a Gasteria ... More
Golden Toothed Aloe This Aloe x nobilis clone was given to us years ago by Tom Peace. Over the years that we have kept it in our container collection it has always been highly admired. In overall form, it is a c... More
Texas is blessed to have several citrus relatives. Though they don't produce large edible fruit, they do have other superb qualities. Amyris texana is one of those fablous citrus relatives. It grows t... More
Winter greens! Who would have thought that Texas could be angelic! Well, it can be during the winter. This eye-catching foliage plant emerges from dormancy in the fall and produces large, dissected, glossy dark gree... More
Golden flame aniscanthus! This selected form is outstanding because of its clear pumpkin orange flowers. Mixing it with red flame anisacanthus makes a striking statement that the butterflies will revel in.... More
Hummingbirds love them! Flame anisacanthus displays abundant, trumpet-like, cadmium-red flowers all summer, no matter how hot or dry it gets. This tough perennial needs a good haircut in late winter in order to maintain a sh... More
Coral Vine! Though the botanical name Antigonon leptopus almost has the sound of some dreaded diseases that could causes warty bumps all over the body, it is not. Antigonon leptopus is however the perfectly harml... More
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We've moved to Giddings
Despite many attempts over the years to update our address from the old Hempstead location that appears in internet search engine results, we've had little success, so please note that Yucca Do Nursery Inc. has only one location in Giddings TX. The old Hempstead, TX location no longer exists. If you go there you will not find Yucca Do Nursery. Also, Yucca Do Nursery in Giddings does not have walk-in retail hours. If you wish to visit the nursery please make an appointment.