Low growing, groundcover succulent branching from base. Narrow leaves are slightly fuzzy with marginal hairs. Rosettes to 10″d. Yellow flower clusters.
Shrubby stems, very small rosettes, lightly fuzzy green leraves get a hint of red, almost blush color in fulll sun. Many yellow flowers.
Low growing large green rosettes to 20″, spreads quickly
Large, solitary, flat rosettes on short unbranched stems. Bright green leaves.
Large rosettes with wavy leaves. 4 foot tall solitary stems, branch from the base.
Aeonium “Green Platter”
Mostly flat broad rosettes, wide, rounded green leaves
20″d. solitary rosettes on 30″t. stems
A profusion of red-edged green rosettes, deeper red in full sun. Low growing – 18″ to 24″ tall, but very full.
A. potatorum “Baja”
Small, tight, regular rosettes; moderate water, full sun
A. schidigera “Black Widow”
Variegated leaves with strong central stripe and white painted lines. Stemless rosettes to 24″ w/hairy leaf margins, possibly an A. filifera subspecies/cultivar.
Mid-sized agave, narrow leaves with leaf edges trimmed in deep burgundy and richly colored terminal spines.
A. attenuata x A. shawii
Soft-leafed hybrid will get fairly large, to 3 feet across and tall. Hardier than the softer leafed Agave attenuata, making this a perfect agave for areas that need a few degrees more cold hardiness. Blue leaves, long thin pointed tips and quick growth make this a very popular Agave hybrid.
Agave “Blue Flame” will form large clumps of rosettes that can fill an area over 10 feet across. Bloom stalks will reach 15 feet tall. Will go 20 to 25 years before blooming.
A. attenuata x A. ocahui
Smaller rosettes to around 2ft; red-tipped blue-green leaves. Sharp terminal spines. More open in less sun, tight rosettes in full sun. Generally solitary.
A. palmeri x A. victoriae-reginae
1-2 feet across, with fairly upright narrow leaves. Smooth, burgundy-tinted leaves with dark margins. Small, to only a 1 ft to 18″, and slowly clumping in full to part sun. Very regular growth, clean and simple.
A. potatorum “Cherry Swizzle”
Large, solitary rosettes, open blue leaves with stunning colorful twisty terminal spines.
A. guiengola “Creme Brulee”
Thick variegated leaves with cream-colored margins and tiny dark marginal teeth. 3 to 4 feet across. Prefers afternoon shade inland and in hotter climates, all day sun at the coast.
A. potatorum “Desert Diamond”
Dwarf variegated agave with white markings and prominent red terminal spines. Stays small, few pups, to 18″ across. Slower growing, more vibrant and wider leaves than its parent plant, “Kichiokan Marginata”
A. schidigera “Durango Delight”
2ft. rosettes, threadleaf agave. Dense rosettes of leaves, marginal white thread/hairs.
A. potatorum “Eye Scream”
May be an Agave isthmensis cv
Dwarf variegated agave with wide blue leaves with wide creamy yellow stripes. Plant in full sun. Mostly solitary, open habit. Stays small, to 18″ across.
A. funkiana “Fatal Attraction”
May be an Agave lophantha subspecies. Rosettes 3 to 4 ft. Striking variegated and sharp-spined leaves.
A. xylonacantha “Frostbite”
Generally solitary, to 30″ rosette, will get vigorous narrow leaves with marginal teeth.
A. ovatifolia “Frosty Blue”
Large, regular agave gets 4ft. across, with wide blue-grey leaves and small marginal teeth.
A. victoria-reginae “Golden Princess”
12-18″ rosettes. Stunning green leaves with yellow variegation; forms tight, dense rosettes. A highly symmetrical cultivar. Slow-growing.
A. salmiana “Green Giant”
Large rosettes to 10ft.; green curved toothy leaves
A. desmetiana “Joe Hoak”
Stunning silver leaves with yellow and green striped margins. Moderately toothy, open rosettes, a bit more vertical and vase-shaped. 2 to 3 feet across.
A. potatorum “Kichiokan Marginata”
Dwarf variegated agave with white markings and prominent red terminal spines. Stays small, few pups, to 18″
A. potatorum “Kichiokan”
Tight rosettes to 18″ across, will spread readily. Bright red spines.
A stunning mid-sized agave with narrow blue-green leaves. The terminal spines and leaf edges are trimmed in black.
A. bracteosa hybrid, possibly A. lophantha x A. bracteosa, from San Marcos Growers. 2 to 3 feet. Narrow leaves, center stripe, small marginal teeth.
2ft. Clumping rosettes with smooth, blue-green leaves and red edges.