An exceptional blue leafed agave that adds striking form to the garden. The plant occasionally offsets and can withstand frost. Plant is considered to be a natural field hybrid with specific parents unknown.
An unusual agave that densely holds hundreds of small thin leaves. The leaves are very flexible with smaller spines making this plant more “user-friendly.” The leaf tips will turn red or purple when exposed to cooler temperatures which can add a unique element to this agave.
A compact agave with unique white stripes on its leaves. Solitary and slow growing and will work well planted in groups in large gardens. Make sure soil has appropriate drainage and plant in full sun. The plant due to its compact and showy nature works great as the centerpiece in a smaller garden.
Agave Chazaroi holds unparalleled structure and form. Discovered near Tequila, Jalisco in 2007 due to a new road that was built through the region. Agave Chazaroi does best in full sun in coastal climates and protected from afternoon sun for inland gardens.
Agave ellemeetiana is a rarity amongst agaves a due to a lack of spines. This defenseless agave works well in shady and high traffic locations. Agave ellemeetiana has bright green leaves and will make a great addition to any shady, temperate garden.