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Agave multifilifera is related to A. filifera and also has chalky white markings on the leaves but with more curling white hairs on the leaf edges.
A unique agave with a light green central stripe. Great for container culture.
Agave palmeri is the largest species native to the United States with blue-green, lance-shaped leaves.
Agave parrasana 'Globe' forms a rounded rosettes of broad, waxy, blue leaves edged with dramatic spines.
Agave parryi 'Cream Spike' is a spectacular succulent displaying blue-green leaves surrounded by a dramatic creamy-white margin.
Agave 'J.C. Raultston' has a particularly beautiful form of wide, bluish grey, succulent leaves and greater tolerance of wet winters.
Agave parryi var. huachucensis is a dramatic form with bluish-grey succulent leaves held in tight artichoke-like rosettes.
Agave parryi var. truncata is a dramatic, bluish-grey succulent with tight artichoke-like rosettes and shorter leaves than other forms.
Agave parryi 'Lime Streak' is a rare variegated form with bluish green leaves with light green edges.
Agave parviflora var. flexiflora is a small, solitary agave dark green leaves marked with silver-white and with curling threads or filifers along the leaf edges.
Agave pintilla is a small relative of Agave victoriae-reginae with hard, thick, dark green to olive green foliage with white linear markings.
Agave potatorum has blue-green leaves a tight, round rosette with cinnamon brown marginal and terminal spines.
Agave 'Desert Diamond' is a striking, variegated, dwarf agave with green and cream foliage perfect for container culture.
Agave schidigera 'Royal Flush' is a dwarf, variegated Century Plant with lance-shaped leaves edged in creamy yellow with dark green centres.
White threads adorn the leaf margins of this cute, variegated century plant.
Agave striata, the narrow leaf century plant, is a hardy species with very thin, almost wiry, green to blue-green leaves.
Agave stricta var. rubra, known as the red hedgehog agave, is a fascinating variety with long, narrow, stiff, quill-like, grey-green leaves turning red with stress.
Agave tequilana 'Weber's Blue' is the species used to make the famous and classic liquor from Mexico: tequila!