Agave Splendida

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Agave splendida is a striking succulent plant known for its striking rosette of fleshy leaves. Originating from Mexico, this agave species typically forms a compact rosette with stiff, narrow leaves that have toothed edges and end in a sharp point. The leaves often have an attractive blue-green to grayish-green coloration. Agave splendida is well-suited for arid and semi-arid environments, as it is adapted to withstand drought conditions and prefers well-draining soil. This succulent is often grown for its ornamental value in gardens and landscapes, particularly in regions with a dry climate. Its architectural form and attractive foliage make Agave splendida a popular choice for xeriscaping, rock gardens, or container cultivation, adding a touch of desert elegance to outdoor spaces.

Botanical Name  

Agave lophantha 'Splendida'


Also Known As  

Center Stripe Agave | Century Plant | Maguey | 龙舌兰 | 龙舌掌 | 番麻


Specifications

Plant Type  
Native From  
USDA Zone  

Light Needs  
Watering Needs  
Leaves  
Life Cycle  
Avg. Mature Size  
Growth Rate  
Bloom Time  
Flower Color  

Succulent
Mexico, Central America
9 - 11
Partial - Full Sun
Low
Evergreen
Perennial
3' Tall and 3' Wide
Moderate
Summer
Yellow

 


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