Yucca Plant Care :
Yucca thrives in full sunlight, so they're perfect for that west-facing window where everything else burns up. They also do well in bright, indirect sun. Growing yucca in low light will lead to fewer flowers and thinner growth for the plant.
Yucca naturally grows in sandy, dry deserts. Inside, though, plant the yucca in a loose, well-drained potting mix. The potting mix doesn't need to be specially formulated or rich; in fact, this isn't a good idea for low-maintenance yuccas. Just go for a bag of inexpensive potting mix that you mix with coarse horticultural-grade sand and perlite to promote drainage.
Yucca is highly sensitive to water-logging. Water regularly in the spring and summer growing season, but make sure the plant has excellent drainage and dries between watering. Water sporadically in the winter. Never let a yucca plant sit in a tray of water.
Yucca is adapted to the desert, where temperatures can soar into the 90s or higher and down into the 30s at night.
Fertilize during the growing season with liquid fertilizer or controlled-release fertilizer according to label instructions.