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Agave potatorum cv 蝶 Chō (ex Japan import) 575

Agave potatorum cv 蝶 Chō (ex Japan import) 575

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Product Description

Agave potatorum, commonly known as the Butterfly Agave, is a species of agave native to Mexico and is known for its attractive rosette shape and relatively small size. This species has given rise to several cultivars, each with unique characteristics. Here's a general description of Agave potatorum and its cultivars, along with cultivation tips:

General Description of Agave potatorum

  • Size and Structure: Typically forms a compact rosette, growing to about 50-70 cm in height and width.
  • Leaves: The leaves are wide, fleshy, and often have a beautiful blue-gray or green color. The edges of the leaves usually have spines, and each leaf ends in a sharp point.
  • Flowers: Like most agaves, it blooms once in its lifetime, producing a tall flower spike with yellowish flowers. This usually occurs after many years of growth and signals the end of the plant's life cycle.
  • Growth Rate: It grows relatively slowly compared to some other agave species.

Agave potatorum and its cultivars are highly valued for their ornamental appearance, making them popular choices for gardens, landscapes, and as container plants. Each cultivar has its own unique appeal, offering a range of colors and forms to suit different aesthetic preferences.

Please be aware that since the day we took pictures of this plant, the plant may have grown, and appear slightly different than what you saw portrayed.

Cultivation

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Plant height:

Pot diameter: 16cm

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