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Mangave

Best in partial shade. Evergreen down to freezing temperatures; otherwise root hardy, but avoid winter moisture. An interesting bi-generic succulent hybrid between Agave and Manfreda, with many [...]

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White-Striped Agave

Full or mostly sun. Evergreen. A variegated form of the century plant, with a perfect white ribbon in the center of each leaf. This agave makes a dramatic statement in the landscape, but it [...]

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Weber’s Agave

Full sun; evergreen, with a large rosette of broad greenish-blue leaves. Although toothless, the leaves carry stiff terminal spines. There is no wild population of the species; it originated from [...]

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Variegated Agave

Full sun. Evergreen. A variegated form of the common century plant, with yellow margins along the alligator-toothed leaves. It makes a dramatic tropical statement in the landscape. Just place it [...]

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Royal Agave

Full sun. Evergreen; densely arrayed leaves have striking white markings on both sides. Victoria is a very slow-growing and compact ornamental agave, barely bigger than a soccer ball, often used [...]

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Mescal Agave

Full sun. Evergreen. Considered one of the most attractive agaves, with wide blue leaves and jet-black spines. (12′ yellow-flowering stalks appear at the end of its life cycle). [...]

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Octopus Agave

Evergreen; small, with gently arching leaves. The rough ridges along the margin should be handled with care but, overall, soft leaves and soft terminal spines make this one of the gentlest, least [...]

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Caribbean Agave

Full sun to part shade. An attractive small or mid-sized agave, often with variegated leaves. It tolerates moisture fairly well, but not temperatures below 24 degrees; expect some dieback in [...]

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Artichoke Agave

Full sun. Evergreen. Considered one of the most attractive small agaves, with short blue leaves, jet-black spines, and a nearly flat-topped rosette allowing easy appreciation of its designer [...]

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