The full size of a Joshua Tree can differ, they average about 15 feet, but can grow as large as 40 feet tall. They grow about 2 feet per year, taking 80 years to reach around 16 feet. This is a very general answer however, tree growth varies with the climate and environmental conditions such as moisture content in the soil and elevation.
The height of Joshua trees, or Yucca brevifolias, usually varies between 15 to 40 feet and 1 to 3 feet in diameter. They grow in the Mojave Desert of Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and southwest California.
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