Manfreda x Agave Soft lightly spotted silvery-lavender leaves with a moderate terminal spine. Rosettes to 20″ wide.
A. ovatifolia “Frosty Blue” Large, regular agave gets 4ft. across, with wide blue-grey leaves and small marginal teeth.
H. retusa “White Ghost” Slightly erect, clumping, stemless rosettes with white-striped variegated leaves.
Minty aroma, can be used in cooking. Soft fuzzy aromatic leaves, purple flowers. great for hanging baskets.
Small and shrubby with ovate leaves.Grows in limestone cliffs of Mexico.
Shrubby with a trunk-like caudex, to 4ft tall. 3-lobed leaves. Yellow flowers. Deciduous in winter.
Tall and cactus-like shrub with a wide spreading candelabra shape. Forms branches and will have tiny leaflets on the newer growth.
Clusters of variegated green stems to 18″tall
Miniature square-shaped vertical stems to 6″. Grows in quartz outcroppings along hillsides.
Thick stems, elongated round waxy leaves, white with red tips in full sun, green in shadier conditions. Mounding to 4 feet.
Bulbs spherical to 10″, long twining vines, sm. greenish blooms
Clump-forming large rosettes, red in full sun, thick juicy leaves