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Agave Titanota

Agave Titanota

Regular price $42.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $42.00 USD
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Plant Type: Agaves
Plant Height: 1-2 feet
Spread: 2-3 feet
Flower Color: greenish-yellow
Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Shade


Agave Titanota is notable for its wide, stout leaves which are blue to gray-green in color. The leaves are thick and fleshy, with pronounced teeth along the margins and a sharp terminal spine. One of the most striking features of Agave Titanota is the distinctiveness of its leaf margins, which often have a rough, almost craggy appearance, adding to its ornamental appeal.

Native to Mexico, specifically in the Oaxaca region, Agave Titanota is adapted to rocky, arid environments. Its robust and compact form, along with its striking foliage, makes it a popular choice for rock gardens, succulent collections, and as a dramatic standalone specimen. It is also well-suited for container gardening, where its unique appearance can be highlighted.

This agave species is relatively low-maintenance, requiring well-drained soil and minimal watering once established. While it thrives in full sun, achieving the best color and form, it can also tolerate some shade, particularly in hotter climates.

The flowering of Agave Titanota is a rare event. When it does flower, the plant produces a tall spike adorned with greenish-yellow flowers, attracting various pollinators. After flowering, the main plant typically dies, but it often produces offsets or "pups" that can be replanted.

In summary, Agave Titanota is a striking, low-maintenance plant that adds significant visual interest to any garden. Its unique leaf texture and form, combined with its drought tolerance, make it a highly desirable species for creating impactful and water-wise garden designs.

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