Agave angustifolia are succulent plants with short stem and rounded habit.
that they reach 1,20 meters high.
The graceful sword-shaped blades measure up to 70 cm long and
are green or bluish-green in color with spiny cream-colored margins.
The flowers are greenish and appear on long flower stalks of up to 2 meters high.
They can from 10 years of life.
The mother plant dies but produces suckers at the base and seedlings on the flower stem..
They are used in rockeries, on slopes, and embroidery, in cactus and succulent gardens and in pots for patios and terraces.
The Agave angustifolia marginata prefers full sun exposure but also grows in semi-shade.
They resist frost up to -6 ºC if the substrate is dry.
The soil can be a normal garden soil with plenty of coarse sand
, gravel or volcanic stones; good drainage is important.
The transplant is done in early spring.
Water periodically waiting for the substrate to dry. In winter reduce watering.
Fertilize once in spring with mineral fertilizer for cacti and succulents.
No need for pruning.
They are resistant plants to the usual pests and diseases.
PLANT 50-55 CM DIAMETER
FLOWER POT 26 CM
Height: 3 meters
Rusticidad: 9a (-5º C)
Exposition: Sunny to semi-shade
Irrigation: Moderate, let dry between waterings