("Verschaffelt agave", "toper's agave")
Agave plants are best known as succulent plants with large leaves that end in spiny tips. Agaves are all stemless, or nearly so, with strappy, succulent leaves that end in sharp points. Foliage tends toward a blue-green in hardier varieties and a gray-green in warm climate varieties. There are more than 200 species of agave. This is just the beginning of your new collection!
Soil: Agave will tolerate any well-draining soil, but their preference is rocky or sandy soil.
Water: once a week, gradually spacing watering to every other week, depending on the weather.
Light: full sun