I saw red yucca plants at Blossom's Nursery in Muskogee last year but have not seen any in bloom yet.
There are photos of a mass planting at this link and they are beautiful!
Red yucca's horticultural name is Hesperaloe parviflora. A garden writer wrote about it surviving at least -25F without benefit of snow cover in a friend's Minnesota garden.
Like the familiar evergreen yuccas in our yards, the red variety grows to 2-3ft high, with a spread up to 4ft. The flower stalks are 4 feet or taller.
The only attention my yucca requires is grooming twice a year. In particular after blooming, the faded flower stalks can look unattractive. In the winter, I remove the dead leaves at the base and usually find several baby plants under there.
As for summer attention, yucca requires nothing on your part, not even water.
The leaves are prickly, so plant yucca where children and pets do not play. When you need to groom the plants wear long sleeves and gloves.
Take a look at the link and see if you have a place for them in your landscape.