|Yucca filamentosa||Lily Family||Liliaceae|
|June - August||Infrequent||Alein|
Description: From 3 to 8 feet tall, Leaves are long, narrow and sharp pointed, eastern species has loose threadson the leaf margins, cluster at the base and reduce up the stem. Numerous greenish white bell like flowers are on a woody central stalk, flowers have a fowl odor. An escape from the coastal plain.
Location: Waste grounds, fields and roadsides.
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