Agave americana v. marginata
Agave americana v. marginata
Agave americana v. marginata

Agave americana v. marginata

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Maybe the most commonly grown of all Agaves in Florida. Called the 'Variegated Century Plant', it is a fairly giant grower reaching 6 to 10 feet across in a rosette of wide, tapering leaves that grow in a contorted fashion. Prominent marginal spines and a sharp, stiff terminal spine add to the beauty of the grayish-green leaves that are boldly marginated with creamy white. A dramatic architectural plant that is widely used in landscapes world wide. Many plantlets or offsets are produced on stolons around the base for easy propagation. The inflorescence can reach 30 feet tall, after which the plant dies off. Agave americana is native to Mexico.