Agave wendtii is a rarely available species Agave which is a tropical cliff-dweller (similar to Agave attentuata) with rosettes to about 30 cm across.
It is abundant but restricted to limestone cliffs locally known as El Encajonado along the Río Uxpanapa, in SE Veracruz, Mexico. This is one of the wettest regions of the state and like Agave attentuata; will appreciate regular rainfall/watering throughout the growing season to mimic its natural conditions
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 thin, Green coloured leaves arranged in a typically solitary rosette.
|Sun||Full Sun/Partial Shade|
|Soil||Free draining, plenty of Gravel|
|Moisture||Dry in winter.|