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Blue Flame Agave

Blue Flame Agave

Regular price $42.00 USD
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Plant Type: Agave
Plant Height: 3-5 feet
Spread: 5-7 feet
Flower Color: yellowish-green
Sun Exposure: Full Sun or Partial Shade

The Agave Blue Flame, scientifically known as Agave 'Blue Flame,' is a stunning and low-maintenance succulent plant that can thrive in the Arizona landscape, particularly in regions with a hot and arid climate. Known for its striking rosette form, captivating blue-gray foliage, and architectural beauty, the Agave Blue Flame adds a touch of desert elegance, resilience, and water-wise landscaping to gardens and outdoor spaces.

One of the most distinctive features of the Agave Blue Flame is its impressive rosette form, with gracefully arching, succulent leaves that radiate from a central point. The leaves are typically bluish-gray in color and have pronounced toothed edges, giving them a captivating appearance. This agave's symmetrical and sculptural form makes it a focal point in desert gardens.

Agave Blue Flame plants typically reach heights of 2 to 3 feet, with a similar spread, creating a well-proportioned and eye-catching form. They are well-suited to Arizona's hot and arid climate, thriving in full sun and requiring well-drained soil. This plant is known for its extreme drought tolerance once established, making it an ideal choice for water-wise landscaping and xeriscaping.

Maintenance of the Agave Blue Flame is relatively low and includes occasional pruning to remove dead or damaged leaves. Like many agave species, it eventually produces a tall flowering stalk before it completes its life cycle, which adds extra interest to the landscape.

In summary, the Agave Blue Flame is a captivating and drought-tolerant choice for Arizona landscapes, especially in regions with a hot and arid climate. Its sculptural form, blue-gray foliage, and low-maintenance nature make it a valuable addition to gardens, adding both visual elegance and a sense of desert resilience to the landscape.

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