A colorful succulent with clear and consistent variegation. Wide, cream margins are contrasted by deep blue-green centers. Rigid leaves form a relatively low horizontal habit that frames a container quite nicely. Minimal spotting near the crown is secondary to the bright green and cream color. Propagation without a license prohibited.
One of the most popular of the Agaves, this is a compact form with blue-gray leaves arranged in a rosette and are edged in reddish-brown spines. When mature, yellow flowers appear on a tall stalk. Attractive in a rock garden or as a landscape specimen. Performs best when planted in well drained soils.
1' long x 2.5" wide leaves, each with a chartreuse-yellow center, edged in green and surrounded by a pale green margin, which is then surrounded by a dramatic creamy white border. Attractive in a rock garden or as a landscape specimen. Performs best when planted in well drained soils.