This plant came with the house and I want to move it, but before I do I'd like to research it. Does anyone know what this plant is called? It's in Austin, Texas.
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It looks like Spanish bayonet, Yucca aloifolia, or Yucca elephantipes. The first has thorns on the end of the leaves, the second one doesn't - but both usually make a woody stem, so this one's either been cut down, either deliberately or by winter, or its not a Yucca. Leaves look a little too stiff to be one of the Phormium cookanium varieties.
Looks to me like something in the Dracaena genus, though I'm not sure specifically which species.
It's some form of Yucca. I moved it from the front to the back and I can report it is still alive and looking very nice.