Agave angustifolia v. marginata variegata
Description: It is a small-medim sized Agave with a dense round rosette of leaves borne from a very short trunk. It forms clumps. Height: 50 cm to 90 cm, Spread: 50 cm to 1,20 cm.
Leaves: The leaves vary considerably in length depending on growing condition, but can reach up to 60 cm (or more) They are stiff, sword-shaped, concave and revolute or plicate, , blue or blue-greenish 5-10 cm wide at their widest point and have a distinct narrowing in their lower third and are furnished with thin marginal teeth and a subulate-conical terminal spine. Leaves have marginal bands of bright white, with occasional cream stripes to the inside.
Flowers: Greenish-yellow to white in terminal panicles and approximately 5 cm long. The flower stalks will reach up to 2.5 m in height.
Blooming season: Blooms after 10 years or more years (though not a century) in spring, die after flowering, but new plants may develop from suckers at their base and from bulbils along the flower stalk.
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