Yucca plants are good plants for inside or outside. However, keeping one inside usually requires a large amount of space. More »

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According to the National Gardening Association, hibiscus is hardy enough to succeed outdoors if proper care is maintained. The plants should be placed about 3 to 6 feet apart in a sunny area that accommodates their full... More »

Plants grow fastest when they get the proper amount of light, water and soil. How a plant thrives is dependent on the species, whether they are placed inside or outside. More »

Yucca plants are hardy perennials that grow well in U.S. Department of Agriculture zones three through 10. While they can be planted as single plants, they can also grow from seeds in the spring, according to GardenersHQ... More »

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Yucca for dogs, which is also known as Yucca Intensive, is a supplement that can improve the joints and skin of dogs, according to PetMed Express. Yucca can also help dogs with digestion. More »

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Yucca gloriosa is a species of flowering plant that has the common name of Spanish dagger. This ornamental plant is native to the southeastern United States, particularly North Carolina. More »

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Yucca elephantipes, a desert plant that grows well both indoors and out, responds well to both drastic pruning and simple trimming. You will need garden gloves, pruning shears and a pruning saw for trimming. More »