Thick and massive gray-green leaves with sharp spines at the tips and on the leaf margins. Large, dramatic effect in rock gardens or anywhere away from foot traffic. The largest of the native Texas agaves. Grows best in well-drained soils. Heat and drought tolerant.
Thick and massive blue-green leaves with a creamy yellow edge and sharp spines. Large, dramatic effect in rock gardens or anywhere away from foot traffic. Heat and drought tolerant make it a perfect selection for arid conditions. Performs best when planted in well drained soils.
A smaller form of Agave with blue-green leaves that have red margins and yellow edges. Each leaf bears a small spine at the tip. Great in containers or planted in groups in sunny, dry landscapes. Heat and drought tolerant. Grows best in well drained soils.
Medium to large-sized Agave with gray green leaves that are thick, succulent and have a rough textured surface. Spines on the leaf margins. Develops new plants at the base of the plant as it matures. Good selection in rock gardens and as a container plant. Best suited for well drained soils.
This heat loving variety has upright rosette of foliage with glossy, dark green leaves with a sawtooth edge that have a creamy yellow margin. Flowers on a tall stem above the foliage. Great selection for rock gardens and in arid conditions. Grows best in well drained soils.
Non-clumping form of Agave with narrow, blue-green, spineless leaves. Good rock garden or container plant.
Produces rosettes of short, wide and rounded gray leaves that are cupped. Will tolerate drought but will respond well to occasional irrigation.