This agave-like plant grows best in deserts at elevations above 3000 feet. The blue-green leaves are armed with hooked teeth and spring gracefully from a central rosette. The plants are either male or female; male flowers are creamy white, and the female inflorescences appear a bright green.
Details & Attributes
|Longevity||40 (in years)|
In relative feet, width by height
|6 X 5|
|Description||Very long and narrow, forming a rosette at the top of the setm|
|Spines or Thornes||Yes|