Large rosette of thick sheets, with a short stem. Small tubular flowers during flowering. Bag of 10 seeds.
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The agave live long and pose no difficulty to the culture. They can reach 1.20 metres high and live 15 to 20 years. Plants form a large rosette of leaves thick, usually ending in a point and with a spiny margin; the stem is usually short, the leaves seem to get out of the ground.
During flowering, a long stem grows in the centre of the rosette of leaves and a large number of small tubular flowers. Most species are monocarpic, although some may bloom more than once during their lives.
Hardiness zone : -15°C. The agave can tolerate full sun, except in warmer climates. Excellent drainage is essential. They require a little more water to maintain good growth, but can endure a period of drought.