Native Plant Question Joshua/Palm?

chelltom(7/8)April 2, 2010

I am currently Living in Mississippi and I noticed in the woods near my house the are a lot of plants growing that look similar to a joshua tree it has green long pointed or spiked leaves kind of but not really like a palm..does anyone have a clue what this is Thanks

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It's probably a yucca of some sort but not a Joshua tree, which is yucca brevifolia. Perhaps a picture would help to identify if possible...?

    Bookmark   April 9, 2010 at 2:17PM
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