The largest and most majestic of the native Texas agaves, Agave americana often grows as tall as 6 feet. Its leaves are gray-blue to blue-green with spines at the tips and on the margins; the older leaves often gracefully arch down.
This dwarf form has attractive blue grey foliage colour, with fine teeth on outer edge of leaves. It has been known to take light frost, but is probably best as a container plant, then protected for winter.
Dense, symmetrical rosettes of wide blue-gray leaves are abundant, developing large clumps. Bloom spikes emerge from older rosettes, which die after flowering - the plant is perpetuated by "pups" or offshoots.
A small rosette-forming succulent that grows to only 4 inches tall. Olive green leaves margined with cream-colored edges and dark brown spines. The margins occasionally have a seasonal slight flush of red.
Drought tollerant, evergreen plant that displays heavily toothed rosettes in a blue-green shade, Each individual leaf is adorned with a unique imprint.
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