Agave titanota - A medium sized agave to 60-70cm tall with thick pale, ghostly white-Green coloured leaves arranged in a typically solitary rosette. It is an open plant with few leaves, which are 30 - 60cm feet long by 10cm inches wide and narrow near the base and widest towards their tips with prominent teats and teeth.
This plant is, as Howard Scott Gentry described, Agave titanota in "Agaves of North America" and comes from seed collected at or near the type locality at Rancho Tambor in Oaxaca, Mexico where it grows on limestone cliffs and ledges.
Please Note: Succulents change colour throughout the year and the plants we deliver can look different from the pictures. All plants are shipped bare root (without soil).
|Hardiness||Hardy to -6c and extremely drought tolerant.|
A medium sized agave to 60-70cm tall with thick pale, ghostly white-Green coloured leaves arranged in a typically solitary rosette.
|Sun||Full Sun/Partial Shade|
|Soil||Free draining, plenty of Gravel|
|Moisture||Dry in winter.|