These are photos taken of the one and only Yucca plant in the gardens. It always looks to me like it belongs in a desert and not growing in the climate of Lake Michigan. But it does well here as you can see.
( Yucca -- from the dictionary - - a plant of the agave family with stiff sword-like leaves and spikes of white bell-shaped flowers that are dependent upon the yucca moth for fertilization, found especially in warm regions of North America and Mexico. )
As you can see, it is still growing tall.
Blooms are starting.
Someone else is enjoying the flowers.
View of Yucca with the lake.
Foggy day - August