Yucca rostrata, also called Beaked yucca, is a tree-like plant belonging to the Yucca genus native to southern U.S. and northern Mexico.
Detail of the trunk
Yucca rostrata grows to 4.5 meters (15 feet) tall. It has thin, stiff leaves which spread from a symmetrical rosette. The inflorescence of small and white flowers appears in autumn. When it is found in the desert it conserves water over time like a cactus.