This agave has narrow, dark green, unarmed leaves that are very flexible. These leaves, which often number in the 100’s, cascade from the center of the plant, forming a dense rounded rosette to 2 to 3 feet tall.. When plants mature, they will initiate flowers which are formed in pairs on an un-branched spike that rises 8 to 10 feet. This agave is drought resistant, but looks better with some summer watering.
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