Agave Nova (Agave cactus)

Agave attenuata Nova - A large rosette succulent that forms a large cluster to 4 to 5 feet tall by about twice as wide with individual rosettes 4 to 5 feet wide atop a stout gray stem to 4 feet tall. The wide blue gray pliable leaves lack any teeth along the margins and emerge from a tight central spear to arch gracefully back, looking like large open gray-blue flower. Mature plants send up a 5 to 10 foot vertical flower stalk that, unlike the species does not arch over back towards the ground, but does have the same pale greenish yellow flowers. Family: Agavaceae    

Agave Nova (Agave cactus) 1

Author : Karl Gercens
Photo # : 27820
Online since: January 31th 2018


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