A smaller growing Agave with narrow leaves that have bright white margins that curl backwards giving the plant a hairy appearance. This is perfect for container growing or nestled into crevices in walls or rocks. Grows best in well-drained soils.
Compact and slow growing Agave that forms a tight rosette of powder-blue leaves. Long and hooked spines emerge bright red and are quite showy against the foliage. Heat and drought tolerant. A great rock garden or container specimen.
Unique-looking Agave with ribbon-like foliage that is light green with creamy-white margins. Will tolerate some shade and is a striking specimen when grown in a container. Is also perfect in rock gardens.