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AGAVE Scabra Plant Seeds - BLUE GREEN, BLUISH GREEN to GRAY GREEN Leaves - for Alpines and Rock Garden - aka ROUGH AGAVE

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Agave scabra

Agave scabra (USDA: 7-10). Full sun. Heat tolerant. Hardy to 10°F. Grows to 3' tall; 4' wide; Little water. Native to Eastern Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador.

 

  • Common English Names: Rough Agave

  • Common Spanish Names: Maguey Cenizo

  • Scientific Name:Agave scabra (uh-GAH-vee SKAB-rah)

  • Family: Asparagaceae (Asparagus Family)

  • Geographic Range: South Texas in Starr, Webb, and Zapata counties into Mexico in Coahuila, Nuevo León, Durango , Zacatecas, and San Luis Potosí.

  • Plant Form: Rosette shrub, 3' H X 5' W.

  • Remarks: Moderately large open rosette with rigidly curved, broad based, lanceolate leaves, glaucous gray to light green, heavy marginal teeth, long terminal spine, and rough, sandpapery surface. Branching flower stem from 12' to 18' tall with panicles of yellow blossoms. Dies after blooming. Very low water, full sun, excellent drainage, hardy to 10°.

 

Agave scabra

Agave scabra is a medium-sized agave valued for its architectural form and bluish-green to gray-green leaves which are viciously armed on the margins and tips. It is known as the "rough" agave due to the rough texture of the undersides of the leaves. The species ranges from Texas south through Mexico to the Pacific Ocean and from 500' elevation to 6,500' so provenance of parent plants is most likely important to determine hardiness.

Agave scabra is one of the most ornamental species of agave due to its lovely coloring and large size. It needs full sun and a warm position to thrive and its arching branches are showy in a dry garden or mingled with softer perennials and grasses.

 

Description:

compact rosette of narrow linear, incurving leaves, light green, at margins fine splitting threads; inflorescence to 9 feet tall.

Plant Details

USDA Zone Information:

8b-11

Family:

Amaryllidaceae

Ideal Light Conditions:

Sun to partial shade

Ideal Water Conditions:

Moderate in summer, dry in winter

Speed of Growth:

Moderate

Mature Height:

3 ft

Mature Width:

6 ft

 


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