It’s a relatively small plant. Roughly less than half a foot tall. Tips are real sharp and pointy, needle like.
Green thick waxy type leaves are edged in white which turn into white threads about half way up the leaf that hang off the edges and curl a bit.
The bottom half on the edges of the leaves are not edged in white and have a very small toothy edging. New growth seems to grow from the middle.
Hi Alyssa, this looks to me to be Yucca filamentosa, or Adams Needle. Filamentosa means ‘thread like’ which is exactly what the plant has on the edges of the leaves.
There seems to be a heated debate going on about this plant; some people love it for it’s reliability and ability to thrive in extremely tough conditions. Others hate it because it can be invasive, readily self seeding after it blooms, and it’s got really sharp leaves.
Whether you love it or hate it, it’s good to have a hardy and tough plant if you’ve got the room; these can create a clump of the needle like foliage a few feet across, or much less if you keep it confined in a pot.
You can see more about this plant on Dave’s Garden Website.
Hope that helps,