Parry’s agave spends most of its life as a rosette of basal leaves. At the end of its life, a long-stemmed flowering stalk forms with abundant flowers that are a rich yellow. The parent plant then dies, often leaving behind offspring that repeat the cycle.
Details & Attributes
|Plant Type(s)||Shrub, Succulent|
In relative feet, width by height
|6' X 3'|
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|Spines or Thornes||Yes|
|Ethnobotany/Medical||Used extensively for food, fiber, and drink.|