Yucca (Yucca filamentosa).
The genus Yucca is one of the most remarkable groups of flowering plants native to the New World. It includes about 40 species, most of which occur in the southwestern United States and Mexico. Yucca produces creamy white blossoms in large erect flower clusters (panicles) during late spring and summer.
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