Weber Agave

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Weber Agave is a striking succulent plant renowned for its bold and architectural appearance. Native to Mexico, this agave species forms large rosettes of thick, spiky, lance-shaped leaves that can reach impressive sizes. The leaves are typically a blue-gray color, and they often feature prominent, toothed edges and a sharp spine at the tip. Agave weberi is well-suited to arid and semi-arid environments, displaying excellent drought tolerance and resilience. Its imposing presence makes it a popular choice for xeriscape gardens, rockeries, and landscape designs where its dramatic form and texture can be showcased. Additionally, it produces a tall flower spike adorned with yellow-green flowers, adding an extra dimension to its visual appeal. This agave is favored for its low maintenance and ability to thrive in well-draining soil and full sunlight.

Botanical Name  

Agave weberi

Also Known As  

Weber's Agave | Century Plant | 龙舌兰


Plant Type  
Native From  
USDA Zone  

Light Needs  
Watering Needs  
Life Cycle  
Avg. Mature Size  
Growth Rate  

Mexico, North America
8 - 11
Partial - Full Sun
5' Tall and 5' Wide


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