Evergreen succulent with long, gray strap-shaped serrated leaves. The common name, Spoon Yucca, refers to the basal ends of the leaf blades, which form a spoon shape when torn off the trunk. The leaves are a blue-gray and 3 feet long. The shrub holds on to its old leaves making a shaggy skirt. Plant in full sun. It is drought tolerant and can grow to about 4 to 6 feet tall by about 4 feet wide and produces small white flowers.