An unusual alba or very white clone of Agave angustifolia var. marginanta which is a popular landscape Agave for warm temperate regions. Not too large, maturing at about 3 to 4 feet, as a container plant may keep a much smaller profile. The strap-like leaves are about two inches wide or so when mature and are almost all creamy white with a bluish-green band up the center of the leaf. Fairly soft leaves and though it has a sharp terminal spine, is not dangerous in the landscape.