A very popular group of New World plants that characterize the southwestern United States and Mexico. They are equally at home in more northern latitudes as container plants and add distinction to any garden setting. Many are hardy to zero and show great promise as the new wave of plants being introduced to popular culture.
Agave variegate! This little plant has to be one of the coolest agave variegates for pot culture. The compact size, fantastic color, and beautiful form make this plant a knockout in the succulent collection. One can't... More
Silver select! This selection of A. americana var. protoamericana was selected because of the silver coloration to the leaves, the pronounced teating of the leaf margins and its compact size. The silver lea... More
Silver Surfer Agave! Tony Avent of Plant Delights Nursery made this fine Agave selection out of a batch of seedlings he grew from seed we sent him years ago. This plant grows in form much like many A. americana var. ameri... More
Hardy with great form! This variety does not attain the mammoth proportions of the cultivated Agave americana that punctuates the Mediterranean climes. Instead, it has an upright compact form that has proven to be very desi... More
Recalling calamar! Pat McNeal chose this non-clumping form to be the first of the Agave bracteosa's to be tissue cultured. The cultivar name 'Calamar' implies a form more marine-like than plant-like. In its native habit... More
Frosted squid! Wow! Wow! (a moment to catch ones breath) Oh my Gosh! Wow! This is a typical response of people when they first get to see this marginally variegated form of Agave bracteosa. The plant is so stunning ... More
Sansevieria like Agave! This is a recently described species of Agave found in the state of Jalisco, Mexico. It produces a relatively few number of leaves per rosette, which are deep-green with a smooth glossy surface and ar... More
Chiapas Agave! This relative of Agave celsii from the state of Chiapas, MX is superficially similar in appearance to it, but the leaves tend to be broader and stouter. The teeth on the margins of the leaves are also... More
Another Soap Agave! According to Gentry’s “Agaves of Continental North America”, Agave chrysoglossa is closely related to Agave vilmoriniana but the leaves are flatter and straighter and the inflorescence is non-bu... More
- An attractive plant with long, narrow leaves and long filifers that form a single rosette. Found just above the Pacific coastline in places with high-tide salt spray. As the name suggests, it is nativ... More
Sotol maguey! This plant probably represents the oldest living relic of the agave clan - clinging to outcroppings of volanic rock in a climate that is mild and moist year around you begin to see that this not your ... More
This plant is a member of the Marginatae Group of Agaves, which also includes species like A. lophantha, A lechuguilla, A. funkiana and A. xylonacantha. I mention its familial relatives so that people... More
Durango Agave! This moderate to large growing Agave is found at moderate elevations (5500' to 8500') on open rocky slopes in the high grasslands of Durango and Zacatecas, MX. It has broad, silver leaves, which have ... More
Attractive pot specimen! Agave filifera and Agave schidigera are two very similar looking species that have always been difficult for an average collector to tell apart. The feature that has normally been used to separate the... More
Steely blue dagger! In the rain shadow of the Sierra Madre Oriental, south of CD Victoria this clumping agave makes an impressive show. Each individual plant has 18 in. to 2' tall dagger-like leaves that are a steely blu... More
The Japanese cultivar name for this plant, 'Hakuro Shiro Fukurin', is quite a tongue twister and just might make you blush but its English translation, " frosty white margin " is quite benign. The pla... More
Green explosion! This unusual and, in our opinion, most beautiful agave can be grown in a pot. The flexible, bright-green, pencil-like foliage is produced in such profusion that it becomes an explosion in green. With ... More
In the late 1990's when John Fairey and I were making regular treks into Mexico, I spotted this heavily armed selection in a huge colony of Agave gentryi. It made a treacherous groundcover under the o... More
Guadalajara Agave! A small, tight rosette of blue-gray leaves with pronounced nipples along the leaf edge with small spines embedded in them that become more numerous and larger toward the leaf tip. Endemic to a small a... More
This clone of Agave gypsohila has olive green leaves with a gray-silver casting. The margins of the leaves are lined with numerous small teats that are tipped with small black spines. The undulating w... More
Blue Wave Agave! This agave clone came to us years ago as Agave americana 'Blue Wave'. It somewhat has the look of Century Plant, like A. americana, but without the hardiness of A. americana and it is a much smaller p... More
Very hardy but susceptible to fungal attack !! We do not offer this species because in our experience the plant does not adapt well to hot and humid zones. After attempting to grow it on numerous occasions we find it susceptible to fungal attacks,... More
Not so obscure! What a sight to behold, a rock outcropping stippled with compact, artichoke-like succulent agaves the size of basketballs; the skyline is punctuated with the exclamation point-like flower spikes. A br... More
Isthmus of Tehuantepec! This recently described species occupies that narrow strip of land that marks the southern boundry of Mexico. This low humid coastal environment receives abundant moisture during the summer months. Un... More
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