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Agave bracteosa 8-20 cm

Agave bracteosa 8-20 cm

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Agave bracteosa, commonly known as "Spider Agave" or "Squid Agave," is a distinctive and visually striking succulent plant native to Mexico. This compact and slow-growing species belongs to the Agavaceae family and is highly valued for its unique appearance and low-maintenance requirements.

Agave bracteosa is characterized by its rosette of long, slender, arching leaves that are typically greenish-gray in color. These leaves are narrow and pliable with no spines or sharp edges, making it safe to handle, unlike many other agave species. The plant's leaves often curl and cascade gracefully, resembling the arms of a spider or tentacles of a squid, hence its common names.

This agave is well-suited for arid and drought-prone landscapes, as it can tolerate extended periods of dry conditions and requires minimal watering. It is also an excellent choice for rock gardens, containers, or as a unique ornamental focal point in a garden due to its attractive and distinctive appearance.

In addition to its aesthetic appeal, Agave bracteosa is admired for its adaptability and ease of care, making it a popular choice among succulent enthusiasts and gardeners looking for a low-maintenance yet visually captivating plant.


A phytosanitary certificate (for additional costs of €20,00) is necessary for export plants from Italy to ALL destinations out of EUROPEAN COMMUNITY.

Among which: United Kingdom Turkey, South America, USA, CanadaAustralia, Japan, Singapore, Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, etc.

Please be aware that most plants change across seasons. For example, some of them will naturally lose leaves or change in colour during colder months. Do not hesitate to contact us for further informations about the plants of your interest.


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Plant height: 8-20 cm

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