This member of the “Yucca do” group still has yet to really be associated with a particular species, partly as it can be somewhat difficult to bloom. However, it is clearly a part of the esseriana complex, and makes up for lack of flowers in its unusual and beautiful foliage. Plants tend to grow in summer as mounded rosettes up to around 1.5″ in diameter with thick rounded leaves with heavily incurved tips that pile on top of each other. Under good lighting the leaves will shift from green to a brilliant pink, and the curled edges tint white. Winter rosettes shrink significantly and form very succulent, delicate piles of green leaves.
Available plants are betwen 0.5-1.25″ in diameter.