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.
Triangular, dark gray-green leaves have smooth margins and a sharp spine at the end. New plants are produced at the base of the plant.
Colorful Agave with dark green leaves having a bright, yellowish-green stripe down the center of each leaf. The leaf margins have stout spines. Forms colonies of plants as it ages. When mature, this plant can produce a 12' tall flower stalk. Heat and drought tolerant.
This selection has smooth, powder-blue leaves. It is a fast grower and does well in moist soils, provided it is well-drained. Drought tolerant and more cold hardy than other Agaves. A striking specimen for the rock garden.
Tight clumping plant with upright, succulent leaves of gray-blue. Showy orange flowers appear above the foliage on tall spikes. Attracts hummingbirds.
An attractive aloe with succulent spiny leaves that are slightly recurved with showy spines down the edges. Features showy spikes of orange tubular flowers with pink overtones rising above the foliage in late winter. Effective in mass plantings and rock gardens.