Agave Calamar (Agave Calamar Squid cactus)

Agave bracteosa Calamar - As with the species this plant is a relatively slow growing succulent with 1 foot tall by 18" wide rosettes of unarmed (spineless) pale green leaves. The leaves, which usually number 20 or fewer emerge vertically in the center and arch gracefully back towards the outside of the plant. When plants mature a 3 to 5 foot tall spike bears a dense terminal cluster of white flowers; distinctive from all other Agave. After flowering the main rosette slowly dies but younger suckers perpetuate the plant. Family : Agavaceae

Agave Calamar (Agave Calamar Squid cactus) 2

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Online since: February 2th 2018


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Agave ovatifolia (Whale's Tongue Agave)

Categories : Agavaceae - Family - Vertical - Portrait - Photos subjects - Cacti and other succulents - Plant Family -

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